Some of the symptoms of too much calcium in the body are extreme lethargy and a person may also experience severe or consistent spells of nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. This in turn can result in a high level of dehydration and thirst.
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what are the symptoms of too much calcium
If you have mild hypercalcemia, you might not have any symptoms. If you have a more serious case, you might have symptoms that affect various parts of your body. These various body organs and tissues involved are: Kidney problems can lead to: excessiv...
Hypercalcemia is the term that is used to describe too much calcium in the blood. A person that has too much calcium may experience nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, constipation and frequent urination.