I was wondering if hyperparathyroid can cause neuropathy and bone pain at the same time? I have neuropathy of some kind and my doctor thinks my bone pain and neuropathy might be caused by my low vitamin d and phospherous can this be so.... my doctors are stumped.....
The answer is yes at least to the bone pain. The three things that hyperparathyroidism is known for can be summed up as "Bones and Stones and Psychic Groans".
Bone pain can be severe.
Calcium-containing kidney stones can form.
There can be changes in personality.
Oops, I see this is an old post and you have been diagnosed with MS. MS does not cause hyperparathyroidism, so I hope you are seeing a good endocrinologist. The symptoms of neuropathy are likely from the MS and the pain of MS is often the pain of a central nervous system neuropathy.
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