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Elevated Bun Albumin And Triglyceride Levels
What could be the cause of a low calcium level of 8.2? Albumin 4.6, Globulin 1.8, BUN 16, Vit D 38. Sodium slightly elevated but all else in range
Albumins are proteins which dissolve in water and are not covered with chains of sugars. The most common is serum albumin. These molecules transport other molecules which don't dissolve in water very well. But its main function is to regulate the amount of water in the blood. Another type of Albumin is the ...Read more
Are low lymphocytes 4% along with high WBC's 16.7 at critical level.?astro bug at same time. BUN,Protein,Neutrophils and Albumin also elevated.
Bacterial infection: You definitely have a bacterial infection and need to be on antibiotics. I am unsure what you mean by astro bug. If it is the type of bacteria it is good to know that and that knowledge will help your doctor choose the right antibiotic regime for you. Hope you are feeling better soon. ...Read more
I'm healthy, and not over weight. I have micro albumin levels 37.7 in urine. BUN in blood is 15. Do I have kidney damage? Can this be reversed?
Microalbumin: Although an elevated microalbulin levels can be a sign of early kidney problems, in the absence of diabetes or cardiovscular disease, a single measurement with minimally elevated level is more often a 'false positive" and can be caused by fever or even exercise. Have it checked again before you start to worry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Labs show a bun of 2, but total protein plasma is high at 8.4. Albumin is 3.8. Can this be a lack of protein despite the high total protein levels?
My protein/creatinine ratio is 1624, protein is 120, bun/creat is 30.0, WBC is elevated, RDW is low and %neut is 81.3. Albumin is 4.4. ?
Not sure about the ?: No protein loss in the urine is normal. Something is inflaming the kidneys. If WBC is elevated, it may be an infection (urinary tract? Other infection?). Albumin is relatively good to think massive chronic protein loss, so likely this is something acute and may resolve if treated. Talk to your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have a BUN level of 19 and a Creatinine of .80. Total protein is 7 and Albumin is 4. I have been urinating frequently and urine is becoming foamy.
Husb micoalbumin is 596. BUN/Creatinine level is normal.Serum Albumin norm. He's diabetic & has fatty liver.Is he in kidney failure?Why micro high?
Diabetic nephropathy: B"sd kidney failure is marked by elevation of creatinine. Microalbumin is a sensitive test for early kidney changes seen in diabetes and hypertension. Unless very high, standard albumin will be normal. Fatty liver is of concern but not directly related. To prevent progression of kidney disease 1. control of diabetes 2. blood pressure control 3. ACE or ARB agent. Glad to discuss ...Read more
Type 1 diabetic. 6 months ago micro albumin 77, other tests normal. Now bun is 30 & b/c ratio is 28. A1c is 6.7. On diuretic. Dr's ok, but? Advice?
Lose weight,,,: Your lab values, for the most part, are fine, though it would be nice to get your hba1c lower (. ...Read more
Labs show a bun of 2, but total protein plasma is high at 8.4. Albumin is 3.8. Feeds are formula and past low bun has been lack of protein. ?
Probably ok: Everything has to be taken in context. There are no simple answers. BUN is a waste product of protein metabolism and low level is not necessarily bad . The Albumin level is good and reflects enough protein nutrition. In this case total protein may be high because of high globulins which again may be ok in a 9 yr old. Normal weight and growth is more reliable, + indicative health than lab test. ...Read more
Test result for Alk Phosphatase below standard range. Others (total bilirubin, bun, albumin, total protein) also low. What could this mean? Next step?
See your clinician: There may be nothing "wrong" with you. Note that no test is perfectly accurate. Also, if you're at very low risk for a disease, an abnormal result is less likely to be true. You need to sit down with a clinician to review your tests in light of your overall personal & family medical history, physical findings, & health goals. Next steps include further tests, & watch & wait. Hope that helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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