Is Mean plasma glucose 182 high, normal or dangerous? What does MPG level 182 mean?

Mean plasma glucose 182

Your Mean plasma glucose level of 182 indicates a High Mean plasma glucose level.

If your Mean plasma glucose is in between 0 mg/dL and 116 mg/dL, then you need not worry as 0-116 mg/dL is the normal range for Mean plasma glucose. But if your Mean plasma glucose is lesser or greater than the above values, then there may be some problem in your body.

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Normal range of Mean plasma glucose found among men : 0 - 116 mg/dL

Ideal values of Mean plasma glucose depending on age (male) :
Age Ideal Mean plasma glucose value
<5 years 30.546
5-10 years 31.102
10-15 years 31.668
15-20 years 32.244
20-25 years 32.831
25-30 years 33.429
30-35 years 34.037
35-40 years 34.656
40-45 years 35.287
45-50 years 35.929
50-55 years 36.583
55-60 years 37.249
60-70 years 37.927
70-80 years 38.617
80-90 years 39.32
90-100 years 40.036
>100 years 40.765

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Normal range of Mean plasma glucose found among women : 0-116 mg/dL

Ideal values of Mean plasma glucose depending on age (female) :
Age Ideal Mean plasma glucose value
<5 years 40.75
5-10 years 41.514
10-15 years 42.292
15-20 years 43.085
20-25 years 43.893
25-30 years 44.716
30-35 years 45.554
35-40 years 46.408
40-45 years 47.278
45-50 years 48.164
50-55 years 49.067
55-60 years 49.987
60-70 years 50.924
70-80 years 51.879
80-90 years 52.852
90-100 years 53.843
>100 years 54.852
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If you take a Mean plasma glucose blood test and the results are not in the normal range (0-116 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 Mean plasma glucose Test Is Done :

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

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