Abnormal Magnesium test reports can indicate the unbalance of magnesium levels in your blood. Normal levels of Magnesium in the blood are 1.7 to 2.2 milligrams per deciliter of blood. Low levels indicate the deficiency, whereas more than that indicate the excessive or poisoning of Magnesium.
The deficiency of Magnesium is one of the common concerns among patients. Here, the magnesium levels of a patient drop than the required magnesium. This insufficiency can be determined by numerous reasons. Alcohol intake, chronic diseases, improper liver functioning, malnutrition, digestive disorders, uncontrolled diabetes, and pancreatitis are some major reasons which can lead to magnesium deficiency.
Furthermore, when the result indicates excessive magnesium content in blood, it can lead to magnesium poisoning. Excessive levels of magnesium often occur due to kidney disorders, Addison disease, dehydration or problems of adrenal glands. Lastly, laxatives, supplements, or antacids of magnesium content can also lead to problems. You can now book any lab tests, including magnesium tests, in Delhi effortlessly, with the help of MFine.