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      08-04-2016, 07:20 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by dr.mba
I am replying to this because I am a physician. My suggestion is to see your family doctor and have them run a basic investigation. Low phosphorus levels can be secondary to a multitude of problems. I would never blame coffee or creatine for causing this. I don't have your medical history and I would not have to delve into this as I consider these things private matters. Suffice it to say that I think you need to be examined and tested to get to the root of why this is happening in you.

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Scheduling appointment now. Hyperthyroidism is in family so going to get things checked out.
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