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Is sodium level of 135 too low?

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Dr. Philip Miller
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No: normal labs would be 135-145 dpending on lab.
Dr. John Munshower
Family Medicine 30 years experience
NO: Most labs have the normal levels ranging from 135-146. So at 135 you would still fall into the range of normalcy. This electrolyte can fluctuate and simply increasing some salts in your diet can rise your levels, etc. Be safe, God bless. Best wishes.
Dr. Manjeet Singh
Cardiac Electrophysiology 10 years experience
No: Sodium level of 135 is at the lower limits of normal. Normal range is between 135-145.

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Hyponatremia: Sodium is an important electrolyte that helps regulate the amount of water that&#x27;s in and around your cells. A normal sodium level is 135 to145 (meq/l. Under 130 is alerting (hyponatremia ). If you have the symptoms of low blood sodium, see your doctor for a blood test.

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