Causes, Symptoms, Complications, Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment
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How is Hypocalcemia diagnosed?
Some common diagnostic procedures to assess whether a person is suffering from hypocalcemia are:
- Physical examination of hair and skin
- Mental test for dementia, hallucinations, seizures, irritability, and confusion
- Blood test
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How is Hypocalcemia prevented?
It is better to prevent the deficiency of calcium in the body than to treat it. This can be done by ensuring that an individual consumes calcium-rich foods regularly such as cheese, yogurt, almonds, etc. Also, ensure to add supplements of vitamin D and magnesium.
What is the treatment for Hypocalcemia?
Some cases of hypocalcemia subside with changes in lifestyle. However, some of the treatment strategies available for this condition are:
- Medication: Involving calcium, vitamin D, magnesium, and supplements of the same. The doctors recommend changes in daily diet to ensure greater consumption of the same.
- Home care: It is recommended that individuals suffering from this condition should increase their exposure to sunlight to absorb greater amounts of vitamin D. A calcium-rich diet plan is also recommended for the same.
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