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The specific gravity of urine normally ranges from
(A) 0.900–0.999 (B) 1.003–1.030
(C) 1.000–1.001 (D) 1.101–1.120
The range of 1.005 to 1.030 is generally regarded as normal for your urine specific gravity. 1.001 might be typical if you consume a lot of water. If you don’t consume any liquids, values over 1.030 can be considered typical.