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I have calcium deposits on both thumbs. I asked my doctor what causes these and his response was, You work for a living. They will go away when you retire.
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Is your showerhead blocked by unsightly calcium deposits? "Hard" water, particularly from wells, can be high in calcium, magnesium, lime, silica and other minerals.