what can cause calcium deposits in pancreas?

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Answered: Magnesium instead of Calcium?

Well, it is good to have a good balance between the two. If you are taking supplements for these minerals, it may be important to consult a doctor and see what they say for your specific body. Everyone is different and you may get one mineral more then the other in your normal diet.

Answered: Pancreas

My brother is dying in a hospital because first he destroyed his liver by drinking (cerrhosis) and now his pancreas is malfunctioning because of the liver. My advice? DON'T DRINK ALCOHOL if you have trouble with your pancreas or your liver!

Answered: What medicine causes calcium deposits?

Calcium deposits around the shoulder are a fairly common occurrence. Frequently they do not cause problems, but if they increase in size or become inflamed, then very severe pain may result. This collection of questions and answers is intended to explain this common shoulder problem and describe the ...

Answered: Can you live without your pancreas?

Thank you for telling your story. My husband was diagnosed w/ pancreatitis back in Nov of 2010. they were unable to tell us y or how he got it. and still up until April 15, 2011. After running over 55 test from 3 different hospitals they decided to run 1 more test which showed it was auto immune ...

Answered: Calcium

Red clover, spinach, carrot juice. Things like that.

Answered: Can i take 1500 mg all at once of calcium

Nope-your body ony absorbs around 500 at a time. If you are taking calcium for bones, be sure it includes Vitamin D. Hope this helps--I just asked my GP yesterday.
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