Myself Dr Josh- and I’m happy to help with your question today.
Well, PTH stands for Parathyroid hormone. It is a protein hormone which is released by the parathyroid gland.
PTH helps to regulate calcium levels in the blood.
For a healthy person- Normal values are 10 to 55 pg/mL.
You have a high value of 81 this could occur due to-
- Increased phosphorus levels, like chronic kidney disease.
-Swelling or tumors in the parathyroid glands
High PTH levels also point to vitamin D disorders.
Please see your doctor, to find the right cause and you would be advised management accordingly.
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