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Warm, sweaty, loss of physical activity in child. Has high TSH and calcium level. What is wrong?

Hello My 6 year old is usually warm to hot to the touch and sweaty especially after physical activity. For the pas t few weeks she had been mostly pale , getting better and than worse again. Also she tends to be coldish or very cold at times and sweaty on her forehead and cheecks expecially after exercising or at night when sleeping. Her dr tested her blood and the only thing that came up was high calcium level and slitghly high TSH . Is there anyyhing we are missing or should be looking for? I am desperate don t know what yo do I can t see her like this..... thank you for your time
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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First, let me tell you this. This may be absolutely normal in your kid.

Second, slightly high TSH is fine. You may repeat the test after a couple of months. A high calcium level can cause the warm sensation. However, it cannot be taken as a long-term chronic cause of her symptoms.

Wait and watch would be fine for some time now. My gut feeling says she is perfectly normal.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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