High blood calcium levels, known as hypercalcemia, can negatively affect bone health and the cardiovascular system and can also lead to the formation of kidney stones.
In persons with hyperthyroidism, it’s common to see blood calcium levels on the higher end of normal. The good news is that when these higher levels are related to hyperthyroidism, they usually normalize once thyroid hormone levels decrease.
Today I’m discussing the connection between hyperthyroidism and blood calcium levels, my testing recommendations, potential symptoms of hypercalcemia, and more.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Causes of hypercalcemia
- The connection between hyperthyroidism and your calcium levels
- High versus elevated calcium levels
- Why I commonly recommend a comprehensive metabolic panel
- The primary causes of hypercalcemia in thyroid patients
- Potential symptoms of hypercalcemia
- Why you might want to evaluate your parathyroid hormone levels
- Treatment approaches for hypercalcemia associated with hyperthyroidism
As always, I hope you find this episode valuable, and I look forward to catching you in the next episode!
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