Create a hypophosphatasia (HPP) Symptom Tracker

Use the HPP symptom tracker to help guide a conversation with your doctor about HPP.

  1. 1
    Look over the HPP symptoms in the tracker and mark any current signs and symptoms.
  2. 2
    Think about past signs and symptoms and mark those as well. Tip: If you are an adult and you think you may have HPP, ask your parents or caregivers about any childhood symptoms you may have had—many people with HPP discover that they lost teeth very early, a hallmark sign of HPP.
  3. 3
    On the last page, enter your age or your child's age
  4. 4
    Bring this tracker to your doctor at your next appointment and use it to discuss whether or not these signs and symptoms could be related to HPP.
  • Bones

    Symptom Current Past At what age?
    Weak or brittle bones
    Rickets due to HPP
    Shorter than normal arms and/or legs in proportion to the rest of the body
    Legs curve, or bow, outward
    Frequent fractures
    Fractures that do not heal properly or heal slowly
    Osteopenia/osteoporosis
    Bone pain that won't go away
    Difficulty walking or the need for a wheelchair, walker, or crutches
  • Teeth

    Symptom Current Past At what age?
    Early tooth loss before the age of 5 years
    Tooth loss in which the entire tooth—with the root—painlessly slides out
  • Muscles & Joints

    Symptom Current Past At what age?
    Muscle weakness
    Muscle or joint pain that will not go away
    Delayed crawling, standing, or walking
    Arthritis
  • Ribs & Lungs

    Symptom Current Past At what age?
    Abnormal bone growth in the chest or an abnormally shaped chest
    Underdeveloped lungs
    Difficulty breathing
    The need for breathing assistance
  • Skull & Brain

    Symptom Current Past At what age?
    An abnormally shaped skull or head (craniosynostosis)
    Seizures
  • Kidneys

    Symptom Current Past At what age?
    Kidney disease
    Kidney failure

Please enter your age (or your child’s age)