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It was often between 10.3 and 10.7 and was up and down a lot. I learned that I would benefit from getting the tumor out of my neck. A few weeks later, I flew to Tampa for parathyroid surgery (January, 2015). They and their staff take great care of their patients. I know some people don’t like to travel alone, but this is a very easy trip by yourself. When you arrive at the Tampa airport, catch a taxi to your hotel. Stay at one of the hotel partners of the Norman Parathyroid Center.
Finally, at age 69, I made a solo trip to the Norman Parathyroid Center and I want to share my incredible experience. I lost interest in many things that I used to enjoy, primarily because I was so tired. I had been diagnosed with osteoporosis in 2002 and this condition continued to worsen though I was taking calcium and Fosamax. As many patients report, everything you read on the web site is true. They are listed on the web site and you get a discount.
I had a photo of the "punk parathyroid gland" that was making me sick. I learned that if you are over 40 years old and have high calcium, regardless of your PTH level, you most likely have a tumor in your neck.
After leaving the hospital I went back to the hotel and slept for about 2.5 hours, and then went to a late lunch. Everybody that can get to Tampa for their surgery does so. The nonsense of saying that “we will keep an eye” on your high calcium level is simply another way of saying that you can continue feeling bad and having a host of nasty symptoms that will get worse.
But every letter here will tell you that nobody can do what Dr Norman and his amazing partners can do. Now more then 4 months out of surgery my blood pressure is normal again, and my lipid profile is normal again. I went to several of these sites to "check out" Dr. I must tell you that the parathyroid surgery was soooooooo very easy. I had surgery on a Thursday, had dinner in a very nice restaurant that night, toured Tampa on Friday and was back in my office seeing patients of my own on Monday morning! He referred me to a local surgeon as well as noted (when I asked) that he knew of your practice and spoke highly of it. I visited the local surgeon and his approach was as you described might occur, wait until he could identify which gland was diseased and be prepared for a much more invasive operation.
I was his 18,285th parathyroid operation (editor's note--within a dozen or so). His (and his teams') operative skills are un-matched. I have checked more than once, and it is amazing the changes. Another interesting change is very noticeable is my need for food every 1 1/2 to 2 hours for hypoglycemia and mood issues... I'm terribly "hung up" about cosmetics and appearances; I was worried that I wouldn't be able to deal with having a scar. That made little sense to me, based on your explanation on your website, and just common sense.
I had a photo of my tumor and a report that all three other glands were normal.
Everybody should be doing things this way: use computers, and data, and information to help make the diagnosis and stop getting scans, and tests, and office visits that accomplish nothing. When I got to the Parathyroid Center at Tampa General Hospital I was pleasantly surprised to find it as beautiful and clean as it was on Facebook. I met Dr Deva (the lady surgeon) and then met Jim (Dr Norman).
Both of them participated in my 17 minute operation and when I woke up, I actually saw dolphins swimming and feeding in the ocean. It really was that simple and "pure" of an experience.
Editor's note: We have now performed over 34,000 parathyroid operations and perform 15-18 per day. My first reaction, due to my cautiousness and skepticism was to question whether the site was more of an infomercial. It is obvious to me now now that this is why I'm tired all the time and feel like life is passing me by.
But as I dug further it was clear that you were trying to convey as much information as possible in as clear a fashion as possible. I consulted with a good friend, Dr Kelman, the Chief Medical Doctor for Medicare, and he encouraged me to visit you. My wife, Jane and I, enjoyed a great dinner just hours after the operation, and the recovery is going just as you described. I have a hormone producing tumor and it is ruining my life (and slowly killing me it turns out).
There is a reason why everybody goes to Tampa for their parathyroid surgery if they can.