high potassium, high calcium in blood, cold on one side of body
have had thyroid and parathyroid check, dr. tells me high potassium had cause my hear to stop buthas not diagnossed just keep having bloodwork dones, colder on one side of body, headaches and unberable pain in legs. can these all be related? no drs have done anything but give me something for pain. have had mri's ekg, etc. bloodwork is the only place problems show up.
The headaches and pain in your legs might possibley be due to Lyme Disease.
One side of your body being cooler than the other would be related to the nervous system. Did your doctor see that for himself? What did he say?
Take a look at these symptoms. Do you have any others on the list?
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