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... In February I had a serum calcium result of 10.5 which made me start Googling. I found parathyroid. ... (0 replies)
... something is causing it, but RARELY is it the big C.Look on the website for Hyperparathyroidism they are really helpful and reply straight away they tell you the normal levels and will also tell you what to say to your gp. ... (71 replies)
... I'm not sure where to post this, but since many of you seem to have a lot of knowledge regarding Calcium metabolism, I will ask here. I had posted here before regarding calcium levels and unexplained bone loss in my jaw. ... (71 replies)

... Originally, my PCP sent me to the endocrinologist because during one of my regular blood draws it was discovered that the PTH levels were high and the serum calcium levels were borderline low. She knew that my grandmother had osteoporosis and that I was concerned about the possibility that I could have it as well. ... (7 replies)
... muscle spasms thru out body. 2 endocrinologists cannot find out why. Or why I am I have high calcium and high magnesium output in urine. Have you been checked for these things? ... (8 replies)
... and it came back normal. I then went to an Endo for another reason, and he ordered a serum ioniz...test. That test came back with my serum calcium elevated and also my D3, my urinary calcium was normal and so was PTH, T3 etc. ... (9 replies)
... bout it. I heard basically the same thing that you heard, and that I must just be one of those people that doesn't present anylizable blood results, and that my calcium must just run a little high from normal. ... (7 replies)
... If you had normal labs, how did they determine you had a parathyroid turmor? ... (71 replies)
... tail but rapidly running out of breath! I found a great doctor here who does MIRP but can't get in to her without a referral! I see my doctor has requested the calcium to be checked again before my next appointment but that isn't for another 2 months! Two more months of this seems like a lifetime! ... (71 replies)
... When they put in the plugs, the horrible tearing stopped. I still have a normal amount of tearing, but when this started the tears were pouring down my face and that ended. ... (17 replies)
... My numbers for Calcium, ionized calcium, phosphorus, and PTH varied all over the place, during the timeframes from 1986 to 2001. ... (104 replies)
... I have been going through a situation with slightly elevated calcium since last March, and what I can tell you about how much calcium is too much, is to have a Total calcium test, and an Ionized calcium test done and this will answer your question. ... (4 replies)
... th of a point out of the normal range, the first time. ... (17 replies)
... Somehow I missed this post back in Sept. and was wondering if your dr ever mentioned that taking high doses of D could raise your calcium levels? ... (71 replies)
... however a reduction in calcium supplementation may be considered. ... (20 replies)
... it means you have HPT. If something else were causing the high Calcium, like Cancer or Sarcoidosis, the PTH level would drop to nothing. ... (104 replies)
... normal or normal PTH, but then it goes on to say "except for people that have really low PTH. ... (80 replies)
... My calcium levels. I am not sure if it was even checked before Aug 2007, but here are the numbers that I know about... Aug 2007 was 10.1, then about a month ago it was 10. ... (113 replies)
... levels in the upper normal range. ... (0 replies)
... but that only applies if you are taking a antiresorptive. When you're on Forteo the number should go up i.e. my last NTx on Forteo was 78 which isn't all that high but higher than normal is what you want. Now that I'm on Evista the score should drop, but I guess 44 isn't low enough since the ref range say's 30 at my lab. ... (4 replies)

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