GH - read this:
I have high billiruban too and have had some of these symptoms.
Unless you have been tested for the ATP7B gene, I would say you do not have Wilson's Disease. You have elevated copper levels, but it's a pathogen based problem if you don't have the copper accumulation protein. Everything has a cause and it's either a faulty gene or something else (which is most likely a pathogen.)
Your physician has already stated that you have calcium deposits. What I look at is the way cations are transported through the cellular membrane. With pathogen based issues, the transport of cations can become inconsistent and accumulations of elements may occur in areas that they normally wouldn't accumulate. Extracellular polyamines, extracellular copper, depleted copper, depleted lithium, depleted iodine, or these elements are in short supply so entire systems don't function properly. The Kreb Cycle needs manganese to initiate and needs copper later in the process. Connective tissue needs manganese or it won't form correctly. The thread on here about
thin skin, if your methylation pathway is impaired, you won't have adequate purine, pyrimidines, or even fatty acids to deposit where they need to be deposited. If you walk back every condition far enough, you can find a biochemical problem that is causing the condition. It is often deficiencies that are the culprit.
Heavy metal tests are not to be trusted IMO. Dr Yasko has a lot of experience with heavy metal testing in her autistic patients and they would test negative for months on end and once she get their methylation pathway running, the metals would pour out. If a heavy metal is bound to a virus or bacteria, it won't show up on a metal provocation test. The only way to get it out is to get the immune system functioning enough to kill the pathogen and then the metal is released.