29 Apr

In today's blog, I want to discuss hypocalcemia in children, a condition where there is a low level of calcium in the blood. This can be caused by various factors such as vitamin D deficiency, certain medications, and even genetic factors. It's important to recognize the symptoms like muscle cramps, seizures, and delayed growth. To treat hypocalcemia, doctors often prescribe calcium and vitamin D supplements, along with monitoring the child's diet. Remember, early detection and intervention can make a huge difference in a child's overall health and well-being.