I have just had a blood test which showed slightly low potassium and cholesterol at 5.2 should I be concerned?
Tests on sugar and thyroid levels were fine
More Answers to “I have just had a blood test which showed slightly low potassium and cholesterol at 5.2 should I be concerned?“I wouldn’t be concerned about the potassium if it’s only slightly outside the range. But are you sure about the cholesterol of 5.2? Check it again. Although this sounds more like a potassium level, you stated that yours is slightly low and a normal range is 3.5-5.5. So this can’t be your potassium, according to you. Yours would have to be something like 3.3 or 3.4. To the smartass from the U.K., do you even know where this person lives?And someone suggested trying for a cholesterol level of zero. Cholesterol is a substance that occurs naturally in the body and is produced by the liver. You cannot have no cholesterol in your body and 5.2 is not a cholesterol level.I have to side with Banzai on this one. Banzai & I use different reference ranges because there’s variation from lab to lab, but we’re on the money. The rest of you people have no idea what you’re talking about and apparently don’t even know what potassium and cholesterol are. And to the smartass from the UK, do you even know where this person lives? No, you don’t.
try get 0 cholesteral