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Can spilling protein in urine cause rash in bilateral legs like red sores that itch a times?

Can spilling protein in urine cause rash in bilateral legs like red sores that itch a times?

Possible: But not likely...Usually, medical conditions that can lead to rash and sores on the legs can also be the cause of kidney inflammation and protein loss in the urine. Protein losss is usually the result and not the cause. However, if you have a significant amount of protein loss, it can lead to leg swelling and fluid retention increasing cellulitis and redness. Sores can be from pressure. ...Read more

Urine (Definition)

Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more


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Can spilling protein in urine cause rash in bilateral legs like red sores that itch at times?

Can spilling protein in urine cause rash in bilateral legs like red sores that itch at times?

Related, not cause: Rashes and proteunuria could both be part of the same disease: hsp, iga, sle, drug reaction, more... It is not likely that the proteinuria caused the rash. ...Read more

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My pcp did urinalysis for frequent urination then ordered a 24 hour urine collection..Is this likely due 2 too much protein he found in my urine?

My pcp did urinalysis for frequent urination then ordered a 24 hour urine collection..Is this likely due 2 too much protein he found in my urine?

Urine collection: The presence of proteinuria (p) is usually found on a urine analysis. To quantify how much p you have, a 24 hour urine collection is done. At the same time, your renal function also be assessed. If you have significant p, blood work will be ordered to see if a diagnosis of the cause of your p can be found. The causes of proteinuria are varied, with the most common one being diabetes. Good luck. ...Read more

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Foam and bubbles in urine and frequent urination. Negative urine test for protein.?

Foam and bubbles in urine and frequent urination. Negative urine test for protein.?

?fistula: Usually, air in the urine, either as sputtering or foam and bubbles, indicates a connection between the bladder and an air containing viscus, like the colon or small bowel - a fistula. This would also lead to chronic urinary tract infection. See your doctor for a thorough history, exam, and urinalysis. Good luck. ...Read more

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For the past week, I've had frequent urination. started after a lower back strain during a workout. Urine test shows no protein and no increased BS.

For the past week, I've had frequent urination.  started after a lower back strain during a workout.  Urine test shows no protein and no increased BS.

Needs checked: A back strain cannot cause urinary abnormalities. Either the back strain was not a back strain but rather a renal problem, although there would likely be urine abnormalities. Your are not too young for prostrate problems. Since you mentioned "no increased BS", I expect you are diabetic which can result in eventual renal issues. Needs more thorough investigation ...Read more

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How common is it to spill protein in your urine for days after a workout?

How common is it to spill protein in your urine for days after a workout?

Small amounts nl: Many athletes have trace or 1+ protein in urine. It has to do with muscle cell metabolism and breakdown during exercise, especially if very vigorous or harder than usual exercise. A good trick is to check a first morning urine - that should have less protein and if so, then the protein showing up in your urine is probably not a big deal. Just discuss with your doc at nest visit, but wouldn't worry. ...Read more

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I was recently dx'd w/ protein spilling in my urine. Now I am experiencing lightheadedness to the point of seeing all white. Could they be related? No appt untill nov.

I was recently dx'd w/ protein spilling in my urine. Now I am experiencing lightheadedness to the point of seeing all white. Could they be related? No appt untill nov.

Your doctor or ER: Yes , you need to see your doctor as urgent basis or go to er . You may be a diabetic, with high blood pressure , proteins in the urine, eye signs are bother some, if you call and inform the problems will see you. ...Read more

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What causes frequent urination, little excretion, pain on left side of abdomen and urine culture to be negative?

What causes frequent urination, little excretion, pain on left side of abdomen and urine culture to be negative?

Many possibilities: These can be symptoms of a bladder/urethra inflammation not necessarily secondary to a bacterial infection. In a 20 y/o female if you are sexually active you need to consider the possibility of an STD like gonorrhea or chlamydia. Go see you doctor. ...Read more

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I have frequent urination problem n it causes discomfort esp during travelling.. No diabetes.. Urine is transparent in color not yellow generally?

I have frequent urination problem n it causes  discomfort esp during travelling.. No diabetes.. Urine is transparent in color not yellow  generally?

PCP and urogyn: Consider eval by your pcp to rule out causes such as infection, cystitis, or nephropathy. If those are negative, maybe a consult with urogyn to look at your bladder mechanics (irritable bladder, small bladder, weak muscles). ...Read more

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Protein (Definition)

Proteins are large molecules made up of a smaller class of molecules called amino acids. Proteins play an enormous role in the function of our bodies including enzymes, messengers, replicating dna, ...Read more


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Frequent Urination (Definition)

Frequent urination is a clinical finding in which a person urinates more often than normal, typically due to urinary tract infections, bladder issues, or problems with hormones ...Read more