Symptoms of too much calcium (hypercalcemia) can include some of the following, frequent urination
, excessive thirst, dehydration, fatigue and
profound muscle weakness, nausea, vomiting, constipation, itching, and confusion. The diagnosis is made by drawing a blood calcium level. This is a treatable condition but it can be quite serious. So, in people with a lot of bone damage, taking extra calcium may not be recommended.