I have a decrease in my albumin level and an increase in my calcium level. My went from 4.1-3.9-3.6 and calcium went from 8.6-9.2-9.6. My ESR is 10, HB is 14, MCV is 85 and IDH is 129. Could I have myeloma?
Can't tell . From these numbers. Sorry.
Albumin and calcium. A decrease in Albumin (a) causes a lower calcium (c) blood level. To get a corrected c in a person with a low a, follow this formula: subtract the serum a from the normal a, say 3.5. Multiply the difference by .8 and add that the serum c to get the corrected c. If the a is 2.5 and the c is 7.9, the corrected c would be 8.7. The increase in c to 9.6, is not abnormally high. No myeloma from lab data.