Is Albumin Globulin ratio 5 high, normal or dangerous? What does A/G ratio level 5 mean?

Albumin Globulin ratio 5

Your Albumin Globulin ratio level of 5 is a High Albumin Globulin ratio level.

If your Albumin Globulin ratio is in between 1 Ratio and 2.1 Ratio, then you need not worry as 1-2.1 Ratio is the normal range for Albumin Globulin ratio. But if your Albumin Globulin ratio is lesser or greater than the above values, then there may be some problem in your body.

Normal range of Albumin Globulin ratio found among men : 1 - 2.1 Ratio

Ideal values of Albumin Globulin ratio depending on age (male) :
Age Ideal Albumin Globulin ratio value
<5 years 1.05
5-10 years 1.103
10-15 years 1.158
15-20 years 1.216
20-25 years 1.277
25-30 years 1.341
30-35 years 1.408
35-40 years 1.478
40-45 years 1.552
45-50 years 1.63
50-55 years 1.712
55-60 years 1.798
60-70 years 1.888
70-80 years 1.982
80-90 years 2.081
90-100 years 2.076
>100 years 2.071

*Ideal values ​​are calculated based on our database of patient records

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Normal range of Albumin Globulin ratio found among women : 1-2.1 Ratio

Ideal values of Albumin Globulin ratio depending on age (female) :
Age Ideal Albumin Globulin ratio value
<5 years 1.052
5-10 years 1.106
10-15 years 1.163
15-20 years 1.223
20-25 years 1.286
25-30 years 1.352
30-35 years 1.422
35-40 years 1.495
40-45 years 1.572
45-50 years 1.653
50-55 years 1.738
55-60 years 1.828
60-70 years 1.922
70-80 years 2.021
80-90 years 2.016
90-100 years 2.011
>100 years 2.006

If you take a Albumin Globulin ratio blood test and the results are not in the normal range (1-2.1 Ratio), your physician may recommend more tests to figure out the problem. You might also get this test if your physician thinks you have some other disease.

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How the Albumin Globulin ratio Test Is Done :

If your doctor wants Albumin Globulin ratio test on you, you may need a Albumin Globulin ratio blood test. During the Albumin Globulin ratio blood test, a pathologist will put a needle into your veins and take out a small quantity of blood. A pathologist is a physician in the medical field who thoroughly studies the causes and effects of disease. Within a few hours you will get your Albumin Globulin ratio Test report by your pathologist.

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