Thanks for your question.
The most probable cause of increased calcium levels is regular intake of high dose of vitamin d.Higher levels of vitamin d intake can lead to hypercalcemia that is high calcium levels in blood.
Hypercalcemia can cause symptoms of nausea, weight loss and loss of appetite.
This is not an emergency and you can wait for your appointment.
Meanwhile you need to stop taking Vitamin D as this is the treatment for increased blood levels of Vitamin D.
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Hypercalcemia would not cause anxiety.
There is no relation between hypercalcemia or hyperuricemia.High uric acid levels can have other causes and most common dietary causes are to blame.
Cancer is extremely unlikely as all your blood tests including CBC are normal.
Hypervitaminosis D that is high levels of vitamin D in blood can cause rise of calcium levels in blood rapidly.
There can be some variation in lab reports as well contributing to this difference in levels 6 weeks apart.
There is no way to remove Vitamin D from body.Levels would fall as body utilizes built up stores.You should not be taking any yourself.
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