It is within the lab's normal range. However, according to the link I posted above, blood ammonia levels and ammonia levels in the brain (or elsewhere) do not correlate, therefore you could have high ammonia elsewhere and it would not be reflected in the blood ammonia test. If you feel that you do have excess ammonia, you may want to ask your doctor about
trying some ammonia detoxing to reduce the level. Herbs like chlorella, milk thistle, etc. detox ammonia. Good luck,
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