A 40-year-old female asked:
Corrected calcium 2.13mmol/l (phosphate normal, vitamin d normal). pth 65.2pg/ml. is this something to worry about? tsh is high at 6.92 with tpo neg.
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Specializes in Family Medicine
Typo?: I think you meant to type calcium of 12.13? Your PTH is high which would mean you have hyperparathyroidism and then will have high blood calcium levels. Hyperparathyroidism should be treated (typically with surgery), the thyroid numbers are only slightly off, Iwould just recheck the tsp and add a free t4. See an endocrinologist for your issue.
3.8k viewsAnswered >2 years ago
Head and Neck Surgery 32 years experience
Lab results: Based on your labs without normals being given, and using my reference ranges, I suspect primary Hyperparathyroidism.
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Last updated Jun 11, 2017
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