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About this app

Blood calcium, vitamin D, and osteoporosis are important health issues. The consequences of abnormal levels are often life-changing and occasionally life-threatening. Using this app is the equivalent to spending hours with the world’s most experienced doctors teaching you about your calcium, parathyroid, osteoporosis, and vitamin D issues. Your tests results are analyzed to determine if a problem exists, what risks are associated, and what to do about it. Beautiful graphs make understanding these problems simple!

Blood tests and bone density scans can be difficult to interpret—even many doctors do not diagnose calcium, vitamin D, and parathyroid problems correctly or timely. Hyperparathyroidism is a disease that affects 1 in 800 people and 1 in 250 women over 50 and is very often overlooked while patients suffer from chronic fatigue, memory loss, depression, osteoporosis, bone pain and many other symptoms. Calcium Pro is a powerful software program that will analyze your calcium health and provide you guidance about the status of your bones, kidneys, parathyroid glands, vitamin D, and other related health issues.

You start by entering your test results for calcium, parathyroid hormone, and vitamin D. Then we look at your bone density (osteoporosis levels). CalciumPro will analyze and graph your tests making them easy to understand. It will let you know the status of your parathyroid glands and your chance of having hyperparathyroidism. Suggested next steps are given. Tracking tools will show your calcium and vitamin D levels over time, and will show if your bones are losing density (worsening osteoporosis), or gaining bone density. There are important learning tools on every page, and an extensive video and reading library at the end. The app will provide guidance about talking to your physician regarding the possible need for surgery and other important steps.

A Risk Assessment Tool shows your relative risk for conditions associated with high blood calcium: Osteoporosis, Heart Disease, Heart Arrhythmias and Palpitations, High Blood Pressure, Kidney Stones and Kidney Failure, GERD, several Cancers, and others. Watch your risk assessment graphs change as you address your calcium problems.

This app was developed by doctors at the Norman Parathyroid Center, the world’s leading parathyroid and calcium treatment center using over 4,000,000 data points from over 30,000 patients. Let the world’s leading doctors help you understand these problems so you and your doctor can make important, informed decisions. Take control of your own health!
Updated on
Aug 22, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

3.2
98 reviews
Franklin John
March 6, 2024
The app works good on my android phone. The ability to enter data is great. I also appreciate the learning section. Lots of great information and helps me to know the questions I should be asking at doctors appointments. Only problem is the videos don't play in the app. I get an error message that YouTube has a problem initializing. This problem only occurs in this app.
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A Google user
December 20, 2018
Works pretty good. App won't save my surgery date, so I have to re-enter it to view my risk info pages moving forward. Some of the formatting on graph pages doesn't work so well, text boxes get in they. Could be compatibility issues with my phone or Android version. But all in all it worked and contains lots of good info. I got surgery and feel better. So thanks for that!
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Mike Stephenson
October 2, 2023
Nice app except none of the videos play on my Samsung Galaxy S10. I can access the reading library fine. As for the videos, I can probably find them in the YouTube channel for the Norman Parathyroid Center as I know I've seen some of these already. It would be nice if you could sort your data by date order. I input my test results not in date order and they stayed that way. It's a great idea for an app and quite useful already but could use a little refinement.
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