Re: Could this be Primary Hyperparathyroidism?
Hi there, it's an interesting question which I really can't answer with my own experience except to say that hypoparathyroidism would be more indicative of low PTH tests as far as I know.
You have in range results although low normal for PTH. Your latest test results are also improving, calcium just coming back into range, ionised is good d3 still low but improving so all heading the right way, are you doing anything to help these?
You should probably look at supplementing your D3, it is an incredibly important component which may help alleviate some of your symptoms.
Also, magnesium is quite good for muscle relaxation and restfulness along with a whole host of other benefits.
I presume when first looking into this you most likely had iron, ferritin and saturation tests done?
Have you had any antibodies tested for thyroid/diabetes or other auto immune disorders done?
Your symptoms could be in line with any of these or other diseases and looking into a variety of options might be a good way to go if you haven't already done so.
Checking cortisol and DHEA for adrenal fatigue is another option.
I am sorry I cannot comment much on your main question, hopefully someone else with knowledge in this area will pop in and comment! I hope you find some answers.