There are some neuropathy symptoms that can come with low calcium. Neuropathy means that you have tingling or numbness in certain parts of your body. These usually happen in the extremities (the hands, arms, legs and feet) but tingling has been known to happen in other places as well. Numbness usually happens in the fingers or toes. The thing that most people do not realize is that calcium is integral to the nervous system and is necessary for proper nerve conduction.
In fact, another symptom of low calcium is the prevalence of neurological symptoms, which is almost exclusively caused by the poor nerve conduction. However, you will notice other neuropathy symptoms as well like the aforementioned tingling and numbness. This is a common symptom of spinal problems as well, so it can be easy to dismiss these symptoms as indicative of something else instead.