I am not sure about the high T3 - would repeat that to see if more evaluation for thyroid is necessary.
The high Calcium is concerning for parathyroid disease (primary hyperparathyroidism) with inappropriately normal PTH. Would retest Calcium and PTH to confirm this diagnosis.
This looks like primary hyperparathyroidism.
Thank you so much! They repeated the tests and the results were still high with normal PTH. I had a dexascan done which showed osteoporosis and I am only 48 years old. I go back to the doctor on the 22nd and get all of my results including a 24 hour urine.
Hi blood calcium is NEVER NORMAL. I had 2 parathyroid adenomas removed 10 weeks ago, and my PTH levels were always normal. My hip and muscle pain is much better, the fog is gone, and all the other symptoms I was having. I had it for at least 5 years, and now have had a 17% bone loss. I had a Dr. tell me it was not to high, so not to worry!!!! Glad someone told me to find another Dr. Don't let it go, and the web sit sophie50 gave you is great! Bella1950
I don't know about any of your other results but calcium levels that high with inappropriately normal PTH MAY be a sign of hyperparathyroidism. My calcium levels were high and the highest PTH level I ever had was 33! Look at my posts that I wrote to Dr. Lupo. The hip pain is so familiar and was horrible. I had TWO adenomas removed 3 months ago and the hip pain disappeared immediately! I have been given another chance at life. Good luck to you! It is worth looking up "high calcium in the blood" and www.parathyroid.com