I posted on here last week. I have symptoms of a Hyper, Hypo and HyperPTH. Today I had my long awaited Endocrinology appointment only to be told I'm normal and get checked again in 3 months. The Specialist was so rude I cried all the way home! She put my Palpitations and Ectopic Beats down to anxiety, which really infuriated me. My Calcium levels are elevated but apparently not elevated enough to be worried which I think is absolute rubbish. She LOOKED at my neck, not felt it, looked and said it looks full in the thyroid area which may be a sign of Graves and her exact words were "you don't look like you have Graves, no rashes or bulbous eyes so get your Antibodies tested when you're back in the UK" (currently in Sydney until end of Jan) how is that acceptable! She basically said all my symptoms I'm having don't relate to anything thyroid/parathyroid related as my ranges are "normal" do test them again in 3 months. I was livid and so upset. I took all my research notes as I planned to go through every single symptom I have with her but she had no interest in me. I asked about the tingling I get in my fingers and arm and she said, if it was Graves it would be your whole body tingling!
I've listed my ranges below, the Australian Lab Ranges, although they've never been out of range they fluctuate all over the show, if anyone has any advice, it's appreciated.
TSH 0.77 (Lab Range 0.400-3.50 mIU/L)
TSH: 1.29 (Lab Range above)
FT4: 13.6 (Lab Range 9.0-19.0 pmol/L)
FT3: 4.2 (Lab Range 2.6-6.0 pmol/L)
Calcium: 2.66 (Lab Range 2.10-2.55 mmol/L)
Calcium Corrected: 2.54 (Lab Range 2.10-2.55 mmol/L) still high end of "normal"
TSH: 0.520 (Lab Range 0.400-3.50 mIU/L)
FT4: 16.9 (Lab Range 9.0-19.0 pmol/L)
PTH: 32.2 (Lab Range 15.0-68.0 ng/L)
Calcium: 2.56 (Lab Range 2.10-2.55 mmol/L