I was diagnosed with hyper PTH ademona with one of the not functioning and got that taken out.
It was around 4 years back have been checking my results of PTH and calcium continously.
Now that I have checked my results my calcium level is 0.1 high with normal PTH (in the upper normal range) with very very LOW vitamin D.
I do NOT want to through the surgery process again and I am sure I wont as I heard once you remove it its cured.
Kindly help me with this
Just to give you a background, I was in London since last year and gained like 15 kgs ONLY due to no physical activity, and eating alot. Hve lost 7 kgs now and ate alot of pizza and burgers with cheese.
Would monitor this situation of mildly elevated clacium. Consider a low dose of vit D3 for replacement, but monitor calcium level.
Recurrent/persistent hyperPTH is not uncommon (5-10% on average after surgery).
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