i've been tested extensively for my thyroid but always comes up normal. Every Doc i've been too looks and feels my neck and goes "hmm" lets test your thyroid.
i'm with another md now and i was going over my blood tests and my calcium is out of range high. Knowing my other endorcrine problems(hypopituatarism) you think the Doc would have mentioned it to me but nope.
so i'm thinking with high calcium if i could possibly be hyperparathyroid? Can someone have hyperparathyroid without having hypothyroidism?
i have all the symptoms..weak bones, fatigue, can't concentrate, can't sleep, heartburn.
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