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Protein Trace In Urine Test
I have short breath for a week so I had some tests yesterday, protein ua 50mg/dl ketones 60mg/dl and trace in protein urine sulfasalicylic acid test?
See answer: Your urinalysis is likely normal and not indicative of a urinary or kidney problem. Ketones usually just indicate that you have not recently eaten and your body is burning fat (which produces ketones) rather than carbohydrates (sugar) for energy. Likewise, a small amount of protein (trace to 1+) is a common and usually insignificant finding, whereas, 2+ or greater often signifies renal disease. ...Read more
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
What possible diagnosis for the ff urine test report: sg 1.035 pH 8.0 blood trace protein 100mg/dl l.Est moderate nitride pos. And bacteria of 50-250?
Will protein-creatinine ratio be calculated, if urine test only show ''traces'' of protein? Or do they only do it, if it's over 300 mg/l?
Urine test results: urine blood 3+, urine protein trace. Are these normal, or should I be concerned? Currently being worked up for low h/h (7.2/27)
Follow advice: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, 3+ blood in urine and h/h of 7.2/27 are not normal. Make sure to follow your doctor's advice about tests and treatments. ...Read more
I have foamy urine but my recent urinalysis test says there is no protein in my urine although I had traces of protein in my urine some time ago. I repeated the urine test a week later and there was no more protein in my urine but urine still foamy?
Foamy urine: Very rapid urination/strong force can cause foam/bubbles in the urine. If that is the case, it may persist as long as you pee hard and fast. The only other significant cause of foam is proteinuria. If the urine dipstick test remains negative for protein, you're in the clear, but with your history, periodic testing is advised. ...Read more
Urine test shows trace of protein, WBC at 0-2 p.C., bacteria + and epithelial cells +. Can you please advise what this might indicate?
My urine was bubbling so I had a urine test done which I got a copy of saying protein positive&trace of leukocytes what could this mean? Causes?
Urine test: sp 1.025h, pH 6, protein: trace, blood:nil, crystl: ca. Oxalte+, othr:mucus++, urea n creatine: normal, do I need to worry abt urine test?
No: The urinalysis results are not a reason for concern. ...Read more
Dipstick shows 15 mg (?) of protein in my every morning urine test, but no trace found during days or nights. Is this sign of kidney disease or damage?
Had urine test, some results urine occult blood negative trace Urine protein screen negative, trace mg\dl negative. Is this normal reading with trace?
Normal: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is in the best position to do that. Having said that, the results you provided are normal. ...Read more
I have bubbles in urine & lower back pain that fluctuates had a negative urine test and a repeat months later was a bad sample w/wbc and trace protein?
My son had a belly ache, constipated and his urine test had no glucose but ketones 80and traces of protein. Everything else normal?
Trace protien in yearly physical spot urine test for two years straight. Age 31. Should I be concerned? 10mg lisinopril recently started. 300 lbs
Kidneys are fragile: Yes. You should be worried. Your body is ill. It is not handling your weight, your diet, and your blood pressure. You will see more rapid aging if you do not make some drastic changes. I believe the only way to make any changes is to get bariatric surgery. This condition you have is urgent. ...Read more
Urine test shows traces or leukocytes and protieon, does that mean uti, pH is 7.0. I have pain in my back and pelvis area. No burning or cloudy urine. Should I take macrobid?
Not without Rx: While you may indeed have a uti, taking a medication that requires a prescription should not be done without physician oversight. There may be reasons unrelated to your symptoms that prevent a physician from wanting you to be on a particular medication. ...Read more
Varies: Protein makes its way into pee thru several sources. If it spills from the kidneys it can be a kidney defect or infection if the sample is obtained after the kid has been standing for a while, small amounts can occur. If squirted out by a little girl in a cup, it likely contains some skin & vaginal wash. Interpretation depends on multiple factors you can discuss with your dr. ...Read more
Have a 24 hour urine collection to see the amount of protein in the urine and to assess your kidney function. I would also do a renal ultrasound to assess the size of the kidneys.
Depending on the amount of proteinuria, I would send off blood for aso, anca 2, complement C3 and c4, hiv, hepatitis b antibodies, hb a1c and ana. A renal biopsy may also be needed for a diagnosis and a prognosis. ...Read more
Posib. Renal disease: First rule out orthostatic proteinuria (only present when up and about) repeat urinalysis first thing in am, after emptying bladder about 2 hrs after going to bed. No concern if am urine is protein free. Otherwise best to consult a nephrologist to rule out & if necessary to treat glomerulonephritis, or nephrotic syndrome if ankle swelling +/or eye-lids puffy. ...Read more
Can be normal: It is not uncommon to have 1+ protein in urine especially first thing in the morning. If there is 2-3+ protein then more work up news to be done. White cells and skin debris can show up as protein as well...Usually a small amount is not problem. Your doc may want to check a few more urines to be sure it is not persistent. ...Read more
Hope is orthostatic: Orthostatic proteinuria is most common cause of urinary protein in a child. Thus child spills protein when they are up & about, not when recumbent. It's benign. Can be checked by having child urinate 2 hours after bed, then checking first A.M. Urine. Active proteinuria round the clock might be indicative of kidney disease, such as glomerulonephritis, and should be checked by pediatric nephrologist. ...Read more
In my urine test it showed positive with protein and hemoglobin, is this serious and what does it mean?
May need to recheck: Any blood in the urine can give rise to positive test for hemoglobin and protein. It is best to follow up on it as it means there is something wrong if the results are real. So you should get a repeat urinalysis done and then consult a kidney specialist if the results show any rbcs and or protein in your urine as it could mean intrinsic kidney disease like nephritis. ...Read more
Just done my urine test and reports are protein +++. What does that means. Is there are any kidney problem.
All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Talk to the doctor who ordered the tests. Having said that, 3+ protein in urine warrants consultation with a nephrologist.
Wish you good health! ...Read more
I recently had a random urine test done, and my protein total random urine is 393. My creatinine two urine is 242.6. Is this high?
These results could: Be due to effects on the kidney from diabetes, hypertension, autoimmune, connective tissue diseases etc. Ask and get reassurance from your dr. Take care! Http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/protein-in-urine/my00630. http://www. M.webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/proteinuria-protein-in-urine. ...Read more
I have just gotten results from a 24hr urine test the second one in a yr these results show 5600ml of protein in the big scheme of things what's the ba?
Does not add up: Protein is measured in milligrams or grams, not ml. It is unlikely that you have been losing 5600 mg of protein in urine every day. It would be prudent to talk to the doctor who ordered the test. ...Read more