Hypocalcaemia

What is Hypocalcaemia?

When serum calcium levels are lower than normal ( 8.5mg/dl), the condition is called Hypocalcaemia. Causes are vitamin D deficiency, hypoparathyroidism and chronic renal failure. Symptoms are tetany, muscle spasms, paresthesias, seizures and cardiac dysrhythmias.

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Why does it feel like my organs spasm

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Last Sunday for a short period of time had a very low body temp suddenly my throat felt like it was closing up and both of my arms from below my...

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