s who are building bone can have calcium
levels up to 10.2 on more than one occasion. Generally, this is not true for
adults over 30.
There is no reason to wait any more than 1 week for repeat lab tests, and there is no reason to get a urine calcium level on the vast majority of patients--its a test with no value. Finally, remember that getting scans is NOT part of the diagnosis of hyperparathyroidism. Ever.