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what should I do to slow down the bone calcification process
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Hello, Anon! Thank you for posting.
Calcifications can form in many places throughout your body, including:
-small and large arteries
-brain, where it’s known as cranial calcification
-joints and tendons, such as knee joints and rotator cuff tendons
-soft tissues like breasts, muscles, and fat
-kidney, bladder, and gallbladder
Calcium deposits in your joints and tendons don’t always cause painful symptoms, but they can affect range of motion and cause discomfort. Treatments may include taking anti-inflammatory medicines, physical therapy - which may include heat, ice therapy, and electro-analgesia. You should discuss treatment options with your doctor.
HelenaMay 12, 2019 - 4:02pm