Primary Hyperparathyroidism involves the excessive secretion of parathyroid hormone from the corresponding glands. The adverse effect it has on the blood stream is an increased level of calcium, which can lead to the danger of kidney and gall bladder stones, and many kinds of digestive complications. To control the effect of over secretion, surgical procedures may have to be adopted; parathyroidectomy in particular. It is mostly an effect of genetic mutation.
HOW IS PRIMARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM DIAGNOSED?
Estrogen replacement therapy in postmenopausal women help in reducing thyroid secretion.