Thanks for your question.
Polyclonal hypergammaglobulinemia refers to the excessive abnormal protein production in the body.
This can be due to the infection, inflammation or reactive process like malignancy.
Full skeletal survey is done to rule out any bone lesions from cancer or inflammation.
Yes, high calcium can be related.
Bone involvement can cause raised calcium which can be seen in conditions like multiple myeloma.
The symptoms can be bone pain, weight loss, loss of appetite, fatigue, kidney involvement, shortness of breath from clogging blood vessels with excess proteins.
Usually it takes 6 months and above.
If the diagnosis is made, chemotherapy is effective.
Yes, you should not worry too much.
The tests are happening at normal time period.
Your specialists know what they are doing.