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Elevated Mercury Levels Urinalysis Protein
Varies: Mercury can be elemental, inorganic, or organic and symptoms change depending on type and if exposure was ingestion or inhalation. Inhaling elemental mercury (old thermometer, fluorescent lights) can cause difficulty breathing, vomiting, bleeding gums. Bloody diarrhea/vomiting, kidney and brain damage can occur from swallowing inorganic mercury (batteries, disinfectants). Organic mercury ... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A ua is a urinalysis, or chemical and microscopic analysis of the urine. The standard urinalysis is performed with a dipstick test for ph, blood, protein, sugar, and ketones. In addition, a urinalysis usually includes a microscope examination to identify if the urine contains cells, "casts" (structures that indicate a problem originating in the kidney) or crystals (such as ...Read more
I don't know much about herbal medicine but don't have good insurance. Are there any plant treatments for elevated mercury levels?
My urinalysis showed a higher than normal protein level (think mine was 12) i tested negative for proturia and my dr said negative for multiple myloma?
Proteinuria: >150 mg: Proteinuria (abnormally high level of protein in urine) is usually defined as more than 150 milligrams of protein in urine per day. Proteinuria may be seen in a variety of diseases (diabetes, high blood pressure), many associated with kidney problems. Multiple myeloma is a form of blood and bone marrow cancer that can cause significant proteinuria. Urine protein electrophoresis may be necessary. ...Read more
I'm 37, male, 140 lbs. My CREATININE Level is 124.53 uMOL/L. The normal range is 50-120. In my Urinalysis, protein is negative, WBC is 2-3.
Had blood and urinalysis 7/15. Blood work was all normal but urine showed creatinine level of 409, trace protein, trace leukocyte esterase, WBC, hyali?
Stop worrying: I understand you have fibromuscular dysplasia of the renal arteries and hope this can be addressed. The urine creatinine, trace protein and hyaline casts are non-issues, the trace of leukocyte esterase and white cells (unless very numerous or you have symptoms of infection) are likely contamination, and if your physician is not concerned, I would not be either. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Creatinine: Very unlikely.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had a UA done and the protein level came back as 32.8. My rheum didn't say anything about it though...I also had crystals, RBC, WBC and bacteria. ?
UA protein and cells: The cells in the urine are bothersome; the interpretation depends upon context -- was this a clean catch? Do you have symptoms of UTI? OR - is this an indication of a kidney problem that is brewing -- producing protein spillage and red blood cells and white blood cells into urine? Interpretation of protein in urine requires a ratio: Protein-to-creatinine ratio -- did the MD assess this? ...Read more
I did a ua dipstick actually 2 the results are moderate rbc(i have no uterus) high level of bilirubin and protein. Ua done for luq pain x 4 days. ?
Follow up: Sounds like this is to complex for a short answer. Follow up with your primary care doctor on the test results. You may need more testing. ...Read more
Protein level in my urine analysis is marked as "f.trace" is it normal ? wheres as W.B.C 14-16 and R.B.C 2-4 ,pH acid , What does the results indicate
Elevated mercury level in a person is a condition in which a blood test result shows a high enough level to cause health concerns, or an even higher level, which could cause symptoms of mercury poisoning. Mercury is a naturally occurring element that has be added to our environment and our food ...Read more
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