my son was born with an inability to absorb calcium or magnesium. he also has seizures that are not caused by the hypocalcemia. the only thing i can find on the web. is a inherited deformed gene called TRPM6. he has spent time in Arkansas Childrens Hospital and "stumped the experts". any ideas? he is three months old now. he has passed all of his milestones early so i'm pretty sure it has not affected his brain. just looking for some help.
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