You are not Vit D deficient -- can't be - the calcium is high. Calcium is low in usual vitamin D deficiency.
This is primary hyperparathyroidism and surgery is the usual treatment. Would consult with an endocrinologist.
May get more info on parathyroid.com as well.
Find a new endocrinologist. Yours doesn't understand HPT.
Also, I just read that people with primary hyoerparathyroid adenoma's rarely have their calcium go above 12 (the higher numbers are when they get concerned about cancer) so waiting for it to go above 11.5 might have you waiting a life time.
Eager to learn how everything progresses...
So my initial endo visit ended with him saying he wanted me to increase my vitamin D up to at least 30 (from 16) before he would run a 24 urine ca to see if that would help with a dx of hyperparathyroidism (10.2-11.1 serum ca and 70.4 PTH -where the range is apparently 10-80 at the lab they use.) He thinks there may be parathyroid disease but also apparently doesn't subscribe to the school of thought that one should not throw vitamin d at primary hyperparathyroidism with elevated calcium levels. He really suggested the "monitor ca and take Vitamin D" approach and said until my serum ca increased to 11.5 I didn't have much to worry about. Didn't have much a response when I asked him what good it really would do to monitor calcium since it bounces around in primary hyperparathyroidism. I feel kind of stuck because I'm concerned that increasing my Vit D wouldn't be good for me, given what I've read on parathyroid.com, but if he won't order additional possibly helpful diagnostic tests until my Vit D comes up some, not sure what to do. I may try to get a "review of medical records" not-in-person evaluation from a local parathyroid surgeon who trained with Dr. Normal of parathyroid.com and see if she can advise. Thoughts? Thanks.