In Jauary 2009 I had a seizure, the doctors only found high blood calcium. They sent me to a neurologist and cardiologist. I called to follow up on the high blood calcium and wwas told it could not cause a seizure. I later found that that was untrue. I became pregnant in March 2009, my ob/gyn had my file that I had had a seizure and that I had high blood calcium, never followed up on it. I delivered my baby in August 2009, she dies in utero because of hyperparathyroidsm which causes high blood calcium. A simple operation could have been done in January or even in the the beginning of my second trimester and my baby would still be alive today. I don't want this to happen to anyone else. I trusted the doctors to know what they are doing.
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