Hi, No problem ,any time
Th range for calcium is 2.2. to 2.6 , that is the corrected calcium, unusually the same at all Labs. If they just do one test, not the usual 2 , then that is always the corrected calcium.
Sodium and Potassium ranges slightly, but the Potassium is definitely in range, the sodium range is mostly 133 to 146, or around that range. So the calcium is fine to take vit D, but really it should be slowly, it takes 3 months to be at optimum and then usually increased as required. After being on D for 3 months, you definitely need to Have calcium retested hopefully D too. The deficiency does stay for life, unless something like Parathyroid etc effects it.Then if stable annual D tests and calcium 6 months to a year, depending how your GP is!
Your sodium, although in range, is a bit high, this may cause high BP, not desirable anyway. Potassium is also too high , although in range. it is near the top of the range which is very harmful to the kidneys. Are you sure you drink enough water , etc?Very important for these two and kidneys etc etc.Do not take any magnesium tablets etc except under a doctor, magnesium in particular makes the Potassium high. Magnesium has a very tiny range, must be in range. These 4 electrolytes must always be in range.
D is a hormone, so if that and the thyroid are being treated well, I would say that starting periods is quite likely. If you are not happy with how you are progressing, I would ask for a referral to an endo, make sure you pick one first, not always the GP`s choice.! An endo deals with all this and a lot moire, First appointment they normally also test for B12 and foliates, Glucose, D and iron/ Feritin. The iron and b12 may particularly relate to no periods.
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