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cordor
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I can now add this to my "list". Anyone have any experiences with high parathyroid levels and the significance?

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quote:
Originally posted by cordor:
I can now add this to my "list". Anyone have any experiences with high parathyroid levels and the significance?

The Parathyroids job is to regulate calcium in the body, its primary purpose. Calcium is strictly controled in the body.

What needs to be tested is the hormone level of the parathyroid. If it is too high, it signals removal of calcium from the bone and puts it into the blood supply. This will create a faster roll over of your bone calcium, which is not good.

Calcium in the blod also needs to be measured. 10.5 is the high end of normal. Don't let any doctor POO POO you if it is higher than this. It should not be. There are a couple of good web pages out there that explain the parathyriods role in calcium regulation.

Too much calcium can affect how your veins dialate, nervious system issues, muscle pain. Calcium oxalate crystals can also start to form, a form of gout but not ture gout as we know it.

I started to get oxalate crystal formation in my joints and in my muscles. We traced it back to the parathyroid. We also found that I had a tooth infection that ran the same meridian line of the body that controls parathyriod.

This is what I know from my experience of the parathyriod.

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johnlyme1- Just curious which tooth it was. I also have a "bad" tooth and am wondering if it is contributing directly to the elevated parathyroid levels.

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Mine was a spott between what is called 15 and 16 on the upper left. 16 is the wisdom placement. But you need to find a tooth meridian chart. The parathyroid also has the tooth below 15 for the lower left and there is the same on the right side of the jaw.
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