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    Calcium was a 'little' high on blood test.
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    egonzalez41 posted:
    I'm a little worried because when I got the results of my blood test the doctor said that my calcium was a 'little' high. But he didn't seem all too concerned about it. The web is telling me otherwise, to freak out because it could me some gland disease or cancer.
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Egonzalez,

    Be careful about researching online as you will always come across worst case scenarios, ones that are unlikely.

    If you remain concerned, I hope you're talking about this with your doctor.


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