TWolf directed me to the Hyperparathyroidism link it seemed that if nothing else all of my doctors have been diagnosing me one symptom at a time instead of looking at all complaints and symptoms. Meanwhile most of the symptoms persist and now the doctors are stuck on wanting to simply get my D level normal.
I don’t know anymore if my digestive problems are related to small bowel obstruction or the “ digestive issues “ mentioned in the article. But each time one or another symptom dominates it seems worse than previous times.
I called Mayo about the article and since I have not been a patient with them they said I needed an Endocrinologist to evaluate and Dx I can’t seem to find one who can see me before January so I’m perplexed as to how to move forward. Just asking to talk to my pain specialist to ask if she knows about the low D and all of the symptoms results in a team member calling insisting that I need to make an appointment to see her. I just want to ask a question. If she says yes she knew then I still think that I need to explain how my last visit needed to be canceled because of possible related symptom mentioned in the article. But they play hardball and I reported the incident to customer relations who passes the ball back to them to do a self investigation. Hasn’t this trick been in the news recently with certain gov agencies or departments?