It says in my physiology notes that hyperthyroidism can cause osteoporosis.
I've been trying to figure out how this could be possible for a little more than an hour now. Every article that I look at seem to agree with the fact, but I can't find the explanation as to why it is that way.
In MarieB, it says T3 and T4 favor bone growth. Calcitonine also favors bone formation.
How can.... too much of an hormone that favors bone growth, cause bone resorption?