Blood calcium range

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2046116 tn?1330102721 Yes my blood work is fine. Haemoglobin is good, blood count is good, white blood cells good and blood pressure is normal. No cancer. I am not anaemic. There is no problem showing, but there is obviously one. I can tell you when one is going to start. I get immense pressure in my head, eyes and gums, then out of no where bleed. After bleeding, due to so much blood loss, I get a headache and really dizzy. They have no explanation. can you think of anything?
Avatar f tn The only thing I saw (doctor did not think it was a problem) was my blood calcium had crept up from 9.7 in December of 2012 to 9.9 in December of 2013. Note: I do take hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg/day. My Vitamin D was 32 in June 2013 and was 29.5 in December 2013. She told me to take supplements to increase it after 29.5 reading. Is 9..9 too high? No parathyroid or thyroid test done. Doctor thinks this is perfectly normal.
Avatar f tn My cholesterol is now great (143 LDL and 73 HDL) and kidney function is also good. The only problem I had with my blood test (done on 12/5/2013) was that my calcium has crept up from 9.7 ti 9.9 from December 2012 to December 2013. They did not tell me about the calcium - I always ask about it since calcium was part of what was clogging my artery. They said the calcium level (9.9) was no problem. My Vitamin D was 29.5 and she did say to increase my supplement to raise to level.
Avatar f tn org/tests-procedures/hemoglobin-test/about/pac-20385075 You would be more near the low end of normal. Your calcium level is just slightly elevated with the range normally being 8.6 to 10.3. Your doctor may elect to run a parathyroid hormone laboratory panel. I will tell you that with your slight elevation, they may tell you that they aren't concerned and watch and see as parathyroidism ranges of calcium are usually 20 to 70.
4939681 tn?1361299299 2 (range 11-15), sodium 138 (range 135-146), bilirubin total 1.1 (range .2-1.2), AST 13 (range 10-30), ALT 10 (range 6-40), calcium 10.5 (range 8.6-10.2) 11/8/12: T3 total 96 (76-181), TSH 2.13 (.4-4.5), FT4 2.6 (.8-2.7), TPO >1000 (normal <35)... WBC looked good then, however Albumin 5.5 (3.6-5.1), A/G ratio 2.3 (1-2.1), calcium 10.4 (8.6-10.2) 9/13/12: WBC 4.2 (4.0-10.5), ANA for lupus negative 8/14/12: TSH 2.86 (.4-4.5), T3 total 79 (76-181), T4 1.8 (.8-2.7)...
7553259 tn?1392399668 Anti thyroglobulin 20 range 0-115. Calcium 2.49 range 2,12-2.62 phosphorus 1.48 range .80-1.45 bone dexa T-score -3.2 spine. I am a 49 year old, white female. The Internist in charge of my thyroid care, put me on Vitamin D 50,000 UI once a week for 6 weeks and calcium 1000mg a day. Atenolol 50 mg for high blood pressure and tachycardia. And tapazol 5 mg. I have had a DVT in left calf at 16. My question is. if my calcium is on the high side, should I be taking that much calcium and Vitamin D?
1504101 tn?1299155264 You really need to see the test report and compare your level with the range. If that test lab uses the same range as mine for calcium, then your very low, as in below the range -off the chart.
Avatar n tn Also, his B6 levels are 31 H when normal range should be 2.1 - 21.7. What is the cause of elevated B6 and elevated calcium and how do we lower it? How do we get these blood numbers back to normal? Also, his Albumin/Globulin Ratio is 2.4 H when normal range should be 1.0 - 2.1.
Avatar n tn I'm sorry that you're experiencing difficulties. Hopefully you will have a chance to discuss these results with a doctor. I'm not a medical professional, but I looked online for information on test results (until you can see a doctor). Based on what I found, your labs results don't look alarming. What you posted suggested to me that your serum calcium and bilirubin were just above the lab's normal range in your blood test.
Avatar m tn I re-tested my blood and the Calcium was 9.4 (Ref range 8.4 - 10.5). I will retest it again in 30 days just to make sure. Thanks for the good information.
Avatar n tn Dec /11/2013 calcium 9.9 range (8.6-10.3) calcium-ionized 1.33 range (1.10-1.35). VITAMIN D 25-OH TOTAL 22 range (20-100) . note says levels between 20 ng/ml and 30 ng/ml suggest insufficiency. She is aware of that but as I said I can take 200 mg daily because it affects the calcium level. I know at one time the calcium was at 10. I am wondering if beside having the problem with the thyroid dose if this could be causing some of my problems.
Avatar n tn Serum Calcium: 2.54 mmol/L (normal up to 2.55) Ionized calcium:1.43 mmol/l (normal upt to 1.35) PTH: 2.4 pmol/L (normal up to 6.4) March 11th: Serum calcium 2.49 mmol/L Ionized calcium 1.37 mmol/L PTH 3.6 pmol/L March 19th: Serum calcium 2.62 mmol/l Ionized calcium 1.47 mmol/l PTH: 5.9 pmol/l Is this hyperparathyroidism? I seem to have varying symptoms from day to day and feel like I'm losing my mind(anxiety, fatigue, aching bones, nausea, and tiredness).
Avatar n tn I am at a loss, trying to understand my blood work taken just the other day... PTH 15 (range 12-65), ionized calcium 5.3 (range 4.6-5.3). I understood that calcitriol is given to prevent hypocalcemia until your parathyroids kick in., but my inonized calcium is now at at 5.3 (the high end of the range). How often should an endo be checking to see if you need less calcium and how do they know when to take you off calcitriol?
849461 tn?1239766369 Test Name - Intact PTH In Range Out of Range Reference Range 89 H 15-65 pg/ml Intact PTH in relation to Calcium Intact PTH Calcium Normal Parathyroid Function Normal Normal Hypoparathyroidism Low or Low Normal
Avatar m tn im sure i am going to need more blood work, as my PTH which was 5pg/mL, was not the only abnormal blood test. my FSH was low at 1.5mIU/mL the flag reference range is 1.6-8.0 mIU/mL. ideally, i was told, and have read that a male between the ages of 20-30 should have an FSH level of at least 1.9-2.2 mIU/mL. i have had my total testosterone tested 3 times. the first time it was 323, the second 532, and most recently 505ng/dL all of which are concidered low for a 20 year old male.
Avatar n tn 2 weeks ago I went in for routine blood(CBC, Comprehensive Metabolic panel, Urinalysis) testing as part of a physical. Calcium came back slightly elevated, it was 10.7 mg/dl (8.3 - 10.5) Doctor had me come in a week later to test calcium again along with PTH The results were: Calcium: 10.1 mg/dl (8.3 - 10.
Avatar f tn It was 59 last year and nothing was said about it. The range on my labwork shows the calcium range at 8.7-10.2 so the 2nd one is back in the normal range. I have no idea what caused my elevated calcium but I've read that it is not normal for it to change much over a lifetime unless something is out of whack. It's usually around 8.9. I've also read that high calcium will often go back to normal and back high. I'm just wondering if the vitamin D will make it go back up.
1535301 tn?1294715518 It is hard to tell sometimes because some symptoms of high and low are similar (numbness in head and muscle weakness for example), but when my blood test was taken, it revealed high to normal calcium levels. Two to three days after each episode (during which I take less calcium because otherwise I feel severly nauseous), it drops once again. Does this mean my parathyroids are attempting to work? My last PTH was 7.