Just a quick note to say hi! I also have low vit d. I found a site on the net re high calcium and low vit d. The site was regarding a Dr. Norman in Tampa Florida When our calcium levels rise our vit d goes down as a safety mechanism for our bodies. So far my problem is only low vit d, but if high calcium is involved possibly you should try and locate this site. Tumors on the parathyroid gland are the cause. The cure is a 15 min surgery and you go home the same day. Hope this is not the case with you, but if calcium levels rise beyond 10, do not wait. Watch the video on youtube, it is very interesting and not at all a reason to be stressed out. Cancer is seldom the cause for the tumors.
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