Hello and welcome to HCM,
First of all I would like to comment on your electrolyte profile:
1. GFR is reduced
2. Total calcium is raised slightly and ionized calcium is reduced
3. Phosphorus is slightly on lower side
4. Potassium is normal
is slightly on lower side
6. Parathormone is very much increased
This profile suggests hyperthyroidism
and elevated levels of parathormone.
Raised levels of parathormone is seen in parathyroid malignancy.
Raised level of total calcium and lower levels of phosphorus potentiate hyperparathyroidism
Consult your doctor for further investigation to establish the diagnosis.
Sestamibi scan is helpful in establishing the diagnosis.
But first consult your doctor for further work up.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal