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When should I see a doctor about hypercalcemia?

You should see a doctor as soon as you notice symptoms of hypercalcemia. The first symptoms are often vomiting, nausea, excessive thirst, excessive urination, and pain in the abdomen. The sooner you see a doctor, the greater your chances of treating hypercalcemia without suffering long term or dangerous complications.

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