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What could cause high glucose levels in urine other than diabetes?
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Hospital-based practice 48 years experience
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Nephrology and Dialysis 19 years experience
Glucosuria: Glucosuria - glucose in the urine. If blood glucose is normal & kidneys are functioning appropriately the urine usually contains no glucose. An uncommon and unconcerning inherited condition called renal glucosuria spills glucose into urinr. A new group of medications mimics this inherited condition. Fanconi's syndrome also has glucosuria, many different things can cause this syndrome. See a doctor.
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