A 31-year-old member asked:
Why are my total protein and globulin levels high?
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Pathology 50 years experience
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A 53-year-old member asked:
What can cause my total protein levels to be high?
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Family Medicine 6 years experience
Multiple causes: total protein measures proteins such as albumin and globulin. Depending on if you have any symptoms or risk factors, additional workup may be needed. It may be elevated due to dehydration, or due to chronic inflammatory processes, certain cancers, or pregnancy. It can also just be a benign finding. Discuss with your PCP, who would be more familiar with your history and risk factors
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Last updated Aug 28, 2020
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