A 41-year-old female asked:
My phosphorus is low at 1.9. I eat a regular diet. What would cause low phosphorus ?
1 doctor answer
Dr. Donald Colantino answered
60 years experience in Internal Medicine
Low phosphorus : Low serum phosphorus levels can be due to hyperparathyroidism or vitamin D deficiency. Phosphorus is an important mineral for all cells in the body. I recommend that you consult an endocrinologist to determine the cause of your phosphorus deficiency. Normal levels are 2.7-4.5.
Answered on Dec 16, 2019
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