Is Chloride 133 high, normal or dangerous? What does Chloride level 133 mean?

Chloride 133

Your Chloride level of 133 is a High Chloride level.

If your Chloride is in between 98 mmol/L and 107 mmol/L, then you need not worry as 98-107 mmol/L is the normal range for Chloride. But if your Chloride is lesser or greater than the above values, then there may be some problem in your body.

Normal range of Chloride found among men : 98 - 107 mmol/L

Ideal values of Chloride depending on age (male) :
Age Ideal Chloride value
<5 years 99.303
5-10 years 100.624
10-15 years 101.962
15-20 years 103.318
20-25 years 104.692
25-30 years 106.084
30-35 years 106.065
35-40 years 106.047
40-45 years 106.028
45-50 years 106.009
50-55 years 105.99
55-60 years 105.972
60-70 years 105.953
70-80 years 105.934
80-90 years 105.915
90-100 years 105.897
>100 years 105.878

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

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Normal range of Chloride found among women : 98-107 mmol/L

Ideal values of Chloride depending on age (female) :
Age Ideal Chloride value
<5 years 99.343
5-10 years 100.704
10-15 years 102.084
15-20 years 103.482
20-25 years 104.9
25-30 years 106.337
30-35 years 106.317
35-40 years 106.297
40-45 years 106.277
45-50 years 106.257
50-55 years 106.237
55-60 years 106.217
60-70 years 106.197
70-80 years 106.177
80-90 years 106.158
90-100 years 106.138
>100 years 106.118
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If you take a Chloride blood test and the results are not in the normal range (98-107 mmol/L), 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 Chloride Test Is Done :

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

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