Is Sodium 135 low, normal or dangerous? What does Sodium level 135 mean?

Sodium 135

Your Sodium level of 135 is a Low Sodium level.

Low Sodium levels could indicate health issues. Typically, levels between 136 mmol/L to 145 mmol/L suggest no concerns. However, deviations from this range warrant prompt medical attention. Consulting a doctor for abnormal levels is advisable.

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Normal range of Sodium found among men :136 - 145 mmol/L

Ideal values of Sodium depending on age (male) :
Age Ideal Sodium value
<5 years 137.836
5-10 years 139.697
10-15 years 141.583
15-20 years 143.494
20-25 years 143.468
25-30 years 143.442
30-35 years 143.415
35-40 years 143.389
40-45 years 143.363
45-50 years 143.336
50-55 years 143.31
55-60 years 143.284
60-70 years 143.258
70-80 years 143.232
80-90 years 143.206
90-100 years 143.18
>100 years 143.154

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

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Some examples of conditions that increase or decrease Sodium levels include:

  • Conditions that lead to too much anti-diuretic hormone (ADH)
  • Cushing syndrome
  • Nephrotic syndrome
  • Diabetes insipidus
  • Excess fluid buildup in the body (edema) caused by heart failure
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Normal range of Sodium found among women :136-145 mmol/L

Ideal values of Sodium depending on age (female) :
Age Ideal Sodium value
<5 years 137.891
5-10 years 139.808
10-15 years 141.752
15-20 years 143.723
20-25 years 143.695
25-30 years 143.667
30-35 years 143.64
35-40 years 143.612
40-45 years 143.584
45-50 years 143.557
50-55 years 143.529
55-60 years 143.501
60-70 years 143.473
70-80 years 143.445
80-90 years 143.418
90-100 years 143.39
>100 years 143.362
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If you take a Sodium blood test and the results are not in the normal range (136-145 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 Sodium Test Is Done :

When your doctor recommends a Sodium test, you'll likely undergo a simple blood draw specifically targeting the measurement of Sodium. A pathologist, a specialist in studying diseases, will collect a small blood sample from your veins using a needle. Your Sodium test results will typically be available within a few hours after this procedure.

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