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The advent of the internet has slowly revolutionized the provision of healthcare in America. One element of this has been the ability of Americans to take greater control over their medication. Now companies like KwikMed are licensed to organize lab tests online, it has become easier for Americans to decide which tests they want taken and when. The normal electrolyte panel levels test is just one of these offered by KwikMed. It is used both generally to track electrolyte balances, but also to diagnose specific problems. While popular and useful, it remains just a means of examining one element of the body and has no curative value.

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What is included in an electrolyte panel

The question of how to test electrolytes in your body is simple to answer. KwikMed are licensed to prescribe this test in many states across America, but not all. If yours is participating, then the process is simple. First you need to select the electrolyte panel test from the wellness panel and then access an account. You can create a new account, but if you are already a member, then just login. You will then be taken through a brief consultation process followed by payment. This ensures it is safe to take the test. The lab test for electrolytes imbalance requires a requisition form, which will be emailed to you within 24 hours of payment. Take the form to a local lab for the blood test to be taken. KwikMed will then post the results on your private panel profile in three to five days of the test being taken.

What electrolytes will be abnormal

Normal electrolyte levels are vital to a healthy body and mind. They are charged minerals found in body fluids like blood and in tissues too. Made up of acids, bases and salts such as potassium, carbon dioxide, sodium and chloridge, these minerals are either positively or negatively charged. They are found in all lifeforms known to man and perform a range of functions in the human body. This includes keeping the blood PH value stable, brain function, muscle action and heart rhythm. The electrolytes panel is designed to see if your electrolytes are in balance as an imbalance could indicate one of many problems in these and other areas.

Which electrolytes are detected in a electrolyte panel test

There are two times to take this test. First, is on a regular basis in order to keep a track on your body’s own electrolyte panel reference range, so you know how your body is changing. The normal value of electrolyte in the body varies from one mineral to another. For example, with chloride is 96 to 106 mEq/L, while for sodium it is 135 to 145 mEq/L and for Potassium it is 3.7 to 5.2 mEq/L. The other is if you display certain symptoms. Like most symptoms, they can be caused by several problems. These include swellings, lethargy, weakness and confusion. If you show some of these, it might be a good idea to get an electrolyte balance test done to find out more about how your body is performing.

What is tested for lab for electrolytes

In terms of how long does it take to get the results from an electrolyte testing lab, the answer is up to 5 days in most cases. If your test reveals electrolyte normal value, then you should be ok. Abnormal results can indicate one of many problems, though kidney failure may be the first to be investigated as fluid loss and retention can cause inbalances. The most important thing is not to self-diagnose, but to instead speak with a physician about the test results. They are best placed to combine those with other symptoms, medical histories and to order new tests to work out the cause of the problem. They then know what to do in terms of treatment programs.

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