emmtee
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Thanks, I’ve never heard anything about this. I have regular CMPs due to kidney issues, and my calcium is always at the high end of normal. I drink milk daily and take a calcium supplement, though. I also take a D supplement because I was low and finally got to mid-range where my endo wants me. I’m 53, BTW. I had a TT almost 3 years ago and my surgeon didn’t notice anything wrong with my parathyroids then. I’ll start paying more attention to the calcium numbers in future blood tests, and maybe cut back on my supplements if it gets too high.