The normal range of uric acid is between 3.5 and 7.2 milligrams of uric acid per deciliter of blood, according to Healthline. Lower levels of uric acid in the blood are more common than higher levels.
Levels of uric acid in the blood above the normal range may suggest conditions such as diabetes, gout, metastasized cancer, acute kidney failure and bone marrow disorders, notes Healthline. Levels of uric acid below the normal range may indicate kidney or liver disease, Fanconi syndrome, Wilson's disease or a diet low in purines. Alcohol, certain medications and high levels of vitamin C in the blood may produce false results outside normal ranges during a uric acid blood test.