Is Apolipoprotein A1 31 low, normal or dangerous? What does Apo A-1 level 31 mean?

Apolipoprotein A1 31

Your Apolipoprotein A1 level of 31 is a Low Apolipoprotein A1 level.

High levels of Apolipoprotein A1 in the blood indicate a variety of health problems. If your blood Apolipoprotein A1 level is between 110 mg/dL and 178 mg/dL, you probably do not have an underlying health problem. But if Apolipoprotein A1 levels are not in this range, you should see a doctor immediately.

Normal range of Apolipoprotein A1 found among men :110 - 178 mg/dL

Ideal values of Apolipoprotein A1 depending on age (male) :
Age Ideal Apolipoprotein A1 value
<5 years 113.41
5-10 years 116.926
10-15 years 120.551
15-20 years 124.288
20-25 years 128.141
25-30 years 132.113
30-35 years 136.209
35-40 years 140.431
40-45 years 144.784
45-50 years 149.272
50-55 years 153.899
55-60 years 158.67
60-70 years 163.589
70-80 years 168.66
80-90 years 173.888
90-100 years 173.721
>100 years 173.554

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

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Normal range of Apolipoprotein A1 found among women :110-178 mg/dL

Ideal values of Apolipoprotein A1 depending on age (female) :
Age Ideal Apolipoprotein A1 value
<5 years 113.512
5-10 years 117.136
10-15 years 120.876
15-20 years 124.736
20-25 years 128.719
25-30 years 132.829
30-35 years 137.07
35-40 years 141.447
40-45 years 145.963
45-50 years 150.624
50-55 years 155.433
55-60 years 160.396
60-70 years 165.517
70-80 years 170.802
80-90 years 176.256
90-100 years 176.076
>100 years 175.896

If you take a Apolipoprotein A1 blood test and the results are not in the normal range (110-178 mg/dL), 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 Apolipoprotein A1 Test Is Done :

If your doctor wants Apolipoprotein A1 test on you, you may need a Apolipoprotein A1 blood test. During the Apolipoprotein A1 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 Apolipoprotein A1 Test report by your pathologist.

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