Is Apolipoprotein A1 95 low, normal or dangerous? What does Apo A-1 level 95 mean?

Apolipoprotein A1 95

Your Apolipoprotein A1 level of 95 is a Low Apolipoprotein A1 level.

If your Apolipoprotein A1 is in between 110 mg/dL and 178 mg/dL, then you need not worry as 110-178 mg/dL is the normal range for Apolipoprotein A1. But if your Apolipoprotein A1 is lesser or greater than the above values, then there may be some problem in your body.

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 120.45
5-10 years 131.893
10-15 years 144.423
15-20 years 158.143
20-25 years 173.167
25-30 years 171.604
30-35 years 170.055
35-40 years 168.52
40-45 years 166.999
45-50 years 165.492
50-55 years 163.999
55-60 years 162.519
60-70 years 177.958
70-80 years 176.352
80-90 years 174.76
90-100 years 173.183
>100 years 171.62

*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 120.764
5-10 years 132.581
10-15 years 145.554
15-20 years 159.796
20-25 years 175.432
25-30 years 173.752
30-35 years 172.089
35-40 years 170.441
40-45 years 168.809
45-50 years 167.193
50-55 years 165.592
55-60 years 164.006
60-70 years 162.436
70-80 years 160.88
80-90 years 176.622
90-100 years 174.93
>100 years 173.255

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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