I am new to this. I am a 47 year old female and had my blood work done recently. I have been on medication for 9 years for arthritic gout which they found by elevated levels of uric acid in my system. Now, they are telling me that I have elevated calcium levels in my blood and are told me to stop taking all calcium supplements. I do not take calcium supplements or daily vitamins. The only calcium I get in the over the counter meds I take is a total of 330 mg. I am a severe asthmatic and am obese. I am about 60 pounds over where the doctor tells me I should be. I am sometimes freezing and sometimes very hot. My weight goes up and down by as much as 10-14 pounds in a day. It is crazy. I drink a lot of water and do not drink any alcohol. I do not use salt on my foods and do not eat or drink a lot of dairy product. Any ideas on what can be the cause of the elevated calcium levels in my blood tests? I am to retest in 30 days. I am very worried about this.:(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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