A 62-year-old male asked:
Good morning doctors. my urine albumin to creatinine ratio uacr is 62. from what i see online, any number between 31 and 299 is "moderately increased"----is this correct my uacr is typically 22/27. what could have made it rise and how can i lower it?
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Dr. Mark Owolabianswered
Family Medicine 8 years experience
Please consult with the doctor that ordered the test for next steps. Specific conditions like diabetes or high blood pressure affect this number. Without knowing your history, it is impossible to know what is driving this elevation.
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Answered Dec 18, 2022
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