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What Does Too Much Protein In Blood Mean
What does it mean to a person if they have too much protein in the blood system is it life threatening? Regards
How much?: Low abnormal levels are often nothing. Higher relative elevated levels need investigation. They may be related to a variety of causes. Some of these condtions may require monitoring.
See a specialist: You don't tell me how you were found to have that high level. If you have no symptoms to go with that finding and other laboratory blood tests are normal, you probably have what is called monoclonal gammopathy. If you have symptoms or tests are affected, there are several possible diagnosis. For proper evaluation, see an immunologist or hematologist.
Find cause: This may be as simple as a protein-poor diet (some of the fad / "green" diets can do this), or reflect low Albumin from liver disease, kidney protein wasting (nephrotic syndrome), myeloma, inflammatory bowel syndrome, or any of a host of illnesses. And some folks just genetically make little albumin. Good luck; a lab value means nothing out of context.
They took 10vials of blood from me for protein s and c blood test. Is it too much or normal, I was just shocked.
Protein C & s: It does seem like a lot. Perhaps your doctor was looking to perform out her tests with the blood?
Will alcohol 24 hrs before a blood test show low hemogoblin levels? Male 23yo 56kg. Not too much protein in diet. Thanks.
If anemic: If a person is anemic, his hemoglobin test result will be low, regardless of whether or not he drank alcoholic drinks the day before. Likewise, if he is not anemic, his hemoglobin result will not be low, regardless of the alcoholic drinks he had the day before.
Blood ; protein: This means there is a small amount of some source of blood ; protein in the urine ; the meaning of this needs to be looked at with any other lab abnormalities, signs/symptoms, clinical context. If nothing else abnormal, then blood with protein is entering your urine in some way. Are there symptoms like burning with urine, flank pain, recent infection, etc? See your doctor for more assistance.
Unclear question: 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, Blood count and protein are different tests. It would have been helpful to have the actual values of the test results.
Kidney disease: Protein goes along with the blood. It is not uncommon for female to have slight blood but at your age there are reasons such as renal disease of infection.
I'm an athlete. Sp.Gr.1.040, blood is trace, pH is 6.0, urobilinogen is 2.0eu, protein is 2+. What does it mean?
Urine findings: You have two major problems with your urine analysis. One is trace blood and the other is your protein in your urine. See a nephrologist to quantify the amount of protein (p) in your urine/day. With your trace of blood and proteinuria, you may have a glomerulonephritis, which is a disease of the kidney. Once you find out how much p you have, blood work will needed and a treatment plan can be made.
Need more info: 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, you did not give the actual value. Total serum protein consists of a number of separate proteins and next thing should be to determine which protein is increased.
I have to see a heamotologist as I have low blood protein, I also suffer chronic diarreah, what does this mean?
Proceed: With your consult as planned. Need the full clinical and lab picture to make a diagnosis and plan.
Blood rest results came back showing a high c-reactive protein of 39.96...How is this possible? What could it mean? What should I do next?
Inflammation: Elevated CRP is an indication of inflammation. Your doctor who ordered the test would have more information; all lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context. See this site for more information, and discuss the matter with your doctor. Http://www. Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/c-reactive-protein-crp.
Recently I've done a blood test in portugal, the results showed, placelets 148 10e9/l, ref 150-400, and protein 8.2 g/dl, ref 6.4-8.2, what means?
Normal: Protein's within the reference range, especially if you hadn't drunk a lot of water before the test. Reference rangers are designed to include around 95% of normal people, and a minimally-low platelet level on a single draw means nothing whatsoever.See 1 more doctor answer
Hi, I had blood work done at our local health fair, and my results came today. They indicate that I have an 8.5 total protein. What does that mean?
No worries.: Blood contains proteins in it and they serve very important purpose. There is an upper limit for the proteins to be in the blood and it is usually from 6 o 8.3. Your result is a tad bit higher than upper limit and does not warrant any specific worry. If you are concerned then get it checked again through your Physician and not to worry. Good luck.
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