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Calcium flucates 10.4 - 10.3- 10.3 9.9 Pth 60.00 -52.8 -49.8

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Calcium flucates 10.4 - 10.3- 10.3 9.9
Pth 60.00 -52.8 -49.8 I have a lot of symptoms .
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Endocrinology
Expert:  Dr Basu replied 1 year ago.

Hi there,
This is Dr Basu, experienced Internal Medicine Specialist.
I am here to address your concerns and provide great service.

You may have primary hyperparathyroidism from parathyroid hyperplasia.

That should be checked with parathyroid scan first.

Better to consult with a reputed parathyroid surgeon or endocrinologist
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I am scheduled for surgery by Dr norman in Tampa general hospital. I hope I do have this so the problem can be rectified . My latest blood work shows the calcium has dropped from 10.3 to 9.9 and Pth from 52 to 49 .
Expert:  Dr Basu replied 1 year ago.

The calcium and pth level can vary --in primary hyperparathyroidism PTH level does not usually get elevated --tends to stay in normal range.

Best wishes

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Ok last question is ionized calcium of 1.34 normal ?
Expert:  Dr Basu replied 1 year ago.

That is that very upper limit of normal which is typical with primary hyperparathyroidism.

Best wishes