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My calcium serum test was 10.1 which is in the normal range on the report. I seen on an internet site that said adults should be in the nines.
Albumin deficiency: Total calcium is attached to albumin, an important protein in the blood. Your serum calcium may be erroneously normal if your ionized calcium is significantly elevated, look at Albumin level and also repeat the calcium tests to make sure no mistake. May need to look at mg, phos, and intact pth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I just had bloodwork and my calcium serum was 10.7 which is above the range. My glucose is also high. Should i be concerned?
Calcium serum level is 10.3 32 yr male all other blood work normal what does this mean as results said that was high for my age?
High CA: It means you need to discuss with your Dr. and get some more tests. ...Read more
Lab values: Your lab values are within normal range for most labs references. If your doctors are performing these test or any test a doctor performs it's okay to ask them to explain the results and reasoning for performing the test. ...Read more
Calcium, Serum 10.5 HIGH mg/dL 8.7-10.2
Albumin, Serum 4.4 g/dL 3.5-5.5
PTH, Intact 16 pg/mL 15-65
i've had this condition for 7+ years now. ?
Calcium, serum level 10.3 says its high on my blood test results, but my doctor failed to even seem concerned about it should I be?
Normal: Laboratories have different reference ranges, which is why it was listed as high. 10.3 is within normal range for adults. ...Read more
What may cause my calcium serum drop from 10.9 down to 10.3 in 6 months? 6 month ago, i take Armour Thyroid 60mg daily and vit d-10k iu daily.
I like to know what albumin serum 4.4 calcium serum 9.8 creatinine serum and posassium serum 3.8 protein total serum 6.9 and sodium serum 142
Blood calcium serum 10.3 , hematocrit 52.6%, and red blood cell count 6.36 should I try and reduce these?
?Dehydration: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, one of the things to do first would be repeat the hematocrit when you are fully hydrated. If it is still high, you need to consult a hematologist. ...Read more
Haven't felt well. Calcium serum (10.5), ANC (14), WBC (17.1) all grad up over 6 mos. Vitamin d fell again (10). Pc = wait & retest 6 weeks. Thoughts?
Further analysis: Hi! that's a pretty high WBC count and you should have some further testing to determine if you have an infection or a blood disorder. The vit d is certainly low, and the calcium is borderline high. I would want to see some additional tests such as phosphorus level, parathyroid hormone, thyroid hormone, urinalysis, cortisol, and a manual differential on the WBC to see if any abnormal white cell. ...Read more
Best time to make visit to the doctor, er or insta care when Calcium/serum 8.6 Protein/serum 5.8 (blood test/low) what signs you watch for.
See the Dr.: who ordered these tests. The need to be interpreted with the complete clinical picture. In my experiance many of these reported ratios are useless. ...Read more
My doctor was not concerned about my higher levels of blood calcium serum, hematocrit, or red blood cell count or RBC should I try and reduce these?
Numbers: If you could tell us what were the numbers that would be helpful. ...Read more
Symptoms: muscle aches/dark urine/constant thirst. Calcium serum tests done. Calcium 2.52 mmol/l (lab range 2.25-2.52). Albumin - 48. Corrected calcium 2.46. (2.36 - 6 weeks back). What can be done? Concerned.
Medical evaluation n: Further medical evaluation is needed. You did not say what color is your urine? If it is dark but yellow it may simply reflect dehydration which leads to concentrated urine looking dark.. But blood or excess of Bilirubin in the urine can also cause Urine to be dark brown or black. It is not difficult to find the cause of your illness with the help of further tests chosen by a good Doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 9 year old daughter has 11.6 calcium serum, 365 alkaline phosphate, 26.2 vitamin d, 148 triglycerides. Could this indicate a problem?
A low vitamin d=10.1mg/ml, calcium serum =10.9 mg/dl.Pth=31pg/ml and ionized calcium serum=5.1mg/dl is it normal?Doctor gave me 50, 000 units of vit
Parathyroid hormone at 170pg/ml, vit d at 8ng/ml, calcium serum 10.2 yesterday and 9.1 today, bone mineral density t-score -1.5.. What does this mean?
Bones, Vit D: This is complex, and a precise answer cannot be given on line. Several thoughts: the PTH is high. But this may not reflect anything wrong with the parathyroid glands. Low vit d will result in a reflex increase in pth, and usually the serum ca stays normal, but there is increased bone resorption. Why is the vit d so low? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sodium serum 144, potassium serum 4.7, chloride serum 102, carbon dioxide 23, calcium serum 10.3 RBC 6.36, and hematocrit 52.6% what could this be?
Probably dehydration: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, since all of these values are elevated, you were likely dehydrated when blood was drawn, however, you should discuss the findings with your doctor. ...Read more
Nails of hands are blue near lunula.Dark brown lines in multiple nails.B12,calcium,iron serum,thyroid normal.Feeling numbness in hands & legs. Reason?
Vascular? melanin?: The dark brown lines could be melanin deposition. Is the blueness could be vascular such as Raynaud's phenomenon which may result in numbness in fingers and toes, as you have normal labs. Also, 60,000 IUs is a high dose of D. Do you take that everyday? For how long? There could be various etiologies of your symptoms and I recommend seeing your primary care provider for further evaluation. ...Read more
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