A Practical Approach to Hypercalcemia - American Family Physician - Young adult elevated blood calcium
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For teenagers and young adults, it is normal to have calcium levels up into the mid to high 10's (in mg/dl). For adults over about age 40, the calcium level should generally be in the to mg/dl range. High calcium levels almost always indicate. The normal range for blood calcium decreases as we mature. The highest calcium levels are seen in children, teenagers, and young adults. If you are in Europe and Canada, the high limit of normal calcium is mmol/l.