A member asked:

My 10 y.o. daughter and i have high calcitriol levels with normal calcium & pth levels. my 25-oh-d levels are 30 ng/ml. what could be causing this?

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Dr. Atul Singh answered

Specializes in Nephrology and Dialysis

Vit D: I am assuming you have high Vit d 1,25 level with normal calcium and PTH and a low normal Vit d 25. This seems to not make sense. What was the phosphorus level and why were these labs done. High d 1,25 is either exogenous use or a non renal conversion and often there is high calcium and p04 and a low PTH. You should D/w your MD. Truly most pts don't even need a 1,25 level checked

Answered 7/13/2015

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