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My boyfriends random urine test says he has 832.8 ug/ml for microalbumin. I can't find any sites to explain this number. What does this mean?

My boyfriends random urine test says he has 832.8 ug/ml for microalbumin. I can't find any sites to explain this number. What does this mean?

Urine Microalbumin: People sometimes have microalbumin or protein in their urine when checked. This could be caused by different things that bother the kidneys like diabetes or high blood pressure. It would be a good idea for someone to follow-up with their doctor if there is microalbumin in their urine. ...Read more

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My lab result for the microalbumin urine, random was very high at 79 when this time last year it was only 6?

My lab result for the microalbumin urine, random was very high at 79 when this time last year it was only 6?

Kidney disease: This is an early sign of kidney disease and needs further evaluation by your doctor. ...Read more

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Monocytes 15%; bun/creatinine ratio 24; esterase (abnormal); microalbumin 77.9; vitamin d 24.8. What does this mean with remaining results all normal?

Monocytes 15%; bun/creatinine ratio 24; esterase (abnormal); microalbumin 77.9; vitamin d 24.8. What does this mean with remaining results all normal?

Nothing alone: Percentages of white cells are totally uninformative in the absence of absolute counts. Your bun/creatinine ratio may be nothing more than your having just eaten a steak dinner. A trace of Albumin in a non-diabetic's urine usually means nothing. I need the units for the vitamin d -- what did your physician say? Lab ranges are set so that almost everybody has a few flags. What did your doctor say? ...Read more

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What does mean to say 1.3, microalbumin level is 40, 000microgram/ml?

What does mean to say 1.3, microalbumin level is 40, 000microgram/ml?

Needs evaluation: If "1.3" refers to your creatinine level, then you should have a consult with a nephrologist soon; even if you refer to something else, this degree of urinary protein is very high and needs further evaluation with blood and urine tests, as well as a possible kidney biopsy to find the cause. Avoid otc pain medications & consult a nephrologist. ...Read more

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I have microalbumin urine 343.2 ug/ml ,microalb/creat Ratio ,random urine 402.3 mg/g creat, no DM,no HT,is this serious ? What 's to do next?

I have  microalbumin urine 343.2 ug/ml ,microalb/creat Ratio ,random urine 402.3 mg/g creat, no DM,no HT,is this serious ?
What 's to do next?

Kidney issue?: Protein in the urine would usually suggest some type of kidney issue. You may not have diabetes or hypertension, which is great, but you can still have a kidney issue. You need to see a kidney specialist, and you may very well need a kidney biopsy to see what's going on. ...Read more

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Hello. My dad did blood and urine tests: the creatinine is 0.9mg/dl and the microalbumin is 586 mg/l. What are the causes for this high result? Thanks

Hello. My dad did blood and urine tests: the creatinine is 0.9mg/dl and the microalbumin is 586 mg/l. What are the causes for this high result? Thanks

Need evaluation: The creatinine level is normal; however, the amount of Albumin in urine is elevated and needs to be investigated. Diabetes is the commonest cause, but other kidney diseases can also result in loss of Albumin in the urine. It would good to talk to his doctor. See this site for more info on this subject. http://www.kidney.org/atoz/content/albuminuria.cfm. ...Read more

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Hi, I had a random microalbumin urine test done. It came back as 54.6 ug/mL. My creatinin, serum at 0.76 mg/dl. Should I worry?

Hi, I had a random microalbumin urine test done. It came back as 54.6 ug/mL.  My creatinin, serum at 0.76 mg/dl. Should I worry?

How's your BP?: Your creatinine is normal. However you have protein in your urine, which may be a sign of early kidney disease. How's your blood pressure? Are you diabetic? If you are, is it well-controlled? Do you smoke? They are many chronic diseases and medications that affect kidney function over time. You should speak with the doctor who ordered the tests to find out how you can prevent long-term disease. ...Read more

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