High Calcium And High PTH Blood Levels?

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  1. johnsmith

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    Hi, it looks like I have high calcium and high PTH levels. I think I'm going to go get my vitamin D and prolactin levels tested tomorrow.

    I'm a 32 year old male, low testosterone, supplement thyroid, consume lots of dairy, and was very stressed when I got this test done.

    Any comments/suggestions? Thanks.

    Calcium
    2.61 (2.15-2.60 mmol/L)


    Parathyroid Hormone [PTH] Intact
    6.6 (1.6 - 6.9 pmol/L)


    Phosphate
    1.31 (0.80-1.45 mmol/L)

    Albumin
    51 (35-52 g/L)
     
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