1. Bogdar

    Low PTH, Low D, High Calcium - How Is It Possible?

    Hey, recently I took a test for vit D & PTH to check if I need supplements. Well, D came juste above the lower range, PTH came at the very low range, What I thought about this data was : that's good, PTH is low so it's good and this D is in normal range and seems enough to down the PTH so...
  2. forterpride

    Mothers PTH Level Is High

    My mother recently got her PTH checked and the doctor said "something wrong with" her Parathyroid gland. Her PTH levels came back as 103.0. The lab range on the report says 15.0-65 pg/ml. She's going to see an endocrinologist soon but I'm worried he'll giver her some rudimentary establishment...
  3. Tristan Loscha


    Related to the nCoV situation: D:How much is enough,how much is too much?
  4. Amazoniac

    Semi-confirmed: Low Dietary Calcium Intake As An Overlooked Factor In Constipation

    Members that are crafting a beautiful coral reef in the intestines with the aid of eggshells, Here's a simple study that looked at the association between constipation, elevated PTH and excess calcium in the blood, finding that it's actually the excess calcium that correlates well with...
  5. haidut

    Caffeine Lowers Parathyroid Hormone (PTH)

    The study tested both calcium and caffeine. Caffeine had a significant effect at a dose of about 300mg for a human. Calcium had a biphasic effect - lower dose of calcium increased PTH, while a higher dose lowered it. The high dose calcium was equivalent to a human dose of about 1,500mg - 2,000mg...
  6. haidut

    Famotidine Lowers PTH By Almost 50%

    I will be posting a number of studies soon on H2 antagonists, especially famotidine. It looks like they are extremely versatile drugs with benefits in conditions like Parkinson, autism, heart failure, cancer, etc. The reason I am posting about famotidine is that it is the safest of the H2...
  7. Westside PUFAs

    Interesting Peat Quote About Calcium

    "When there is adequate calcium, vitamin D, and magnesium in the diet, PTH is kept to a minimum. When PTH is kept low, cells increase their formation of the uncoupling proteins, that cause mitochondria to use energy at a higher rate, and this is associated with decreased activity of the fatty...