What is HypoPARA?
HypoPARAthyroidism is a rare endocrine disorder that causes lower than normal levels of calcium in the blood due to insufficient levels of parathyroid hormone.
HypoPARAthyroidism is characterized by low calcium levels AND low or absent parathyroid hormone (PTH). Over 100,000 people in the United States have hypoPARAthyroidism. The majority of people with hypoPARAthyroidism are female. Approximately 75% of people with hypoPARAthyroidism acquired the disorder after neck surgery. The other 25% of our population is made up of genetic, autoimmune, idiopathic (cause unknown), pseudo, pseudo-pseudo or a related disorder.
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