The symptoms of having too much calcium in the body include great thirst and frequent urination if it affects the kidneys, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms are nausea, vomiting, constipation and upset stomach if ... More »

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Consuming excessive amounts of calcium can cause hypercalcemia, a condition in which calcium levels in the blood are too high, explains Healthline. Hypercalcemia affects multiple organs of the body and causes side effect... More »

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Primary hyperparathyroidism is the most common cause of high blood calcium levels, while cancer is the second most common cause, states the UCLA Health System. Other possible causes include use of thiazide diuretics and ... More »

Common symptoms of shingles include pain, numbness, burning, tingling, itching or sensitivity of a single area of the skin on one side of the body, states Mayo Clinic. Patients may also notice a red rash that lasts for s... More »

Signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis include tremors, problems with coordination, and numbness or weakness in the limbs that generally affects one side of the body at a time, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms ... More »

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Symptoms of a fractured hip include severe pain in the affected hip or groin area and the inability of the leg on the affected side of the body to bear weight, states Mayo Clinic. The leg on the side of the fractured hip... More »

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Common causes of bleeding kidneys include kidney stones, injuries and kidney infections, according to Mayo Clinic. Some bleeding could indicate more serious problems such as advanced kidney disease, cancer or hereditary ... More »

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