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Why Would Urine Propionylglycine And Urine Albumin Be High
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
My albumin level is low at 3.1 and my urine urobilinogen levels are high at 2.000 should I be concerned?
May be, but...: I would not get excited by an solitary set of tests but always correlate the report with clinical profile serially. How to put all clinically related events together in a logical manner? Follow instructions described in https://ebettercare. Com/feel-become-sick/. Thereby you can work much better and closer with your doctor so to reach right diagnosis for right care. All the best to health.... ...Read more
My micro albumin/ Creatinine urine ratio is high at 40.4. But my micro albumin is 12.0 and my creatinine is 29.7, both low. So is it really "high"?
Hi I have trace albumin in urine 3 weeks ago in morning. I was on high protien diet and going to gym also now its normal. Should I be concerned?
Concerned: Don't be concerned - sounds as if you have fully understood what was wrong and now under control! ...Read more
I am of 29, No diabetic, BP remains 140/90 or 130/89. Recently in 24 hrs urine test, high Albumin was found. Other blood tests R ok. Can it be cured?
My diabetics are under control from last 3 month. And taking ACE inherited but my urine albumin is getting high. My PCR is 4.5 mg/dl. What can I do?
Microalbumin: Parts of your question that are hard to understand. Diabetes under control; what is your A1C? Ideally, it should be under 7.5. If A1C has high for a long time, it will take time to reduce diabetes complications. The ACE inhibitor is good, and will reduce kidney damage. What is PCR? Do you mean ACR, albumin/creat ratio? 4.5 mg/dl does not make sense. Low A1C, ACE-I and BP control are all important ...Read more
My mom had regular health check up done and was found to have traces of albumin in her urine and also has high ESR of above 100mm/hr, whom to consult?
PCP: A primary care physician would be the best place in which to begin this evaluation. A family practitioner or general internist will assess her and refer her onwards if they cannot work this out themselves. ...Read more
24hr urine (5000mL) creatinine, protein, and albumin results are high - about double the max normal, but blood is normal. What would cause this?
Proteinuria: With certain kidney pathology there can be heavy amounts of protein lost in the urine due to glomerular pathology but the rest of the kidney function can be good enough so that blood tests for kidney function are still normal. A nephrologist can better explain your status after evaluating you and all your pertinent test results. ...Read more
Albumin = good news: Good not to have Albumin or protein in urine. Elevated cholesterol levels havenothing to do with uti's. Utis almost invariable are caused by bacteria reaching the bladder, attaching themselves to bladder wall and multiplying. Levevated cholesterol is due in part to genetic factors & in part to diet. Advise a low cholesterol diet & your dr. Will prescribe statins if necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
What does albumin and creatine in the urine mean? Albumin 1.5mg. Creatine 76 mg. I'm diabetic 331 lipid, alk phos high, a1c 13.5
Many health issues: An early sign of diabetic kidney damage is a "leak" of protein (albumin) into the urine, called the albumin/creat ratio. The values you give do not appear to be high, but you need to see your doctor, for this as well as other issues, including your very poor blood sugar control (A1C 13.5), which is damaging your kidneys, eyes, driving up your lipids and putting you at high risk of heart attack. ...Read more
Albumin levels high? I am a 40 year old male. I recently took a urine test and saw that my albumin levels were high according to the lab results chart. The albumin level was 47. My doctor stated that they are a little elevated, but no to be concerned.
Albumin: Albumin is a protein. In general if our blood level of Albumin is high, it means we have good nutrition. Please be sure that you didn't have too much protein in your urine however, as this can mean that you have kidney disease which is more likely in you since you have diabetes. Please be sure the protein in your urine was not high. ...Read more
Skin itching, leg pain. Blood and urine test shows high albumin and low platelete count (36000) but no sugar and dingue test is negative, BP is normal?
Testing for AL amyloid. SPEP shows no M-spike but mildly elevated total protein & A/G ratio (2.7) due to high albumin. Globulins well within normal range. Worrisome? Serum/urine IFE &marrow biopsy ok, but elevated free K/L ratio due to low lambda.
Kidney inflammation: Normal kidneys are not supposed to lose protein. Albumin is a form of protein. If you are losing traces of albumin, it means the membranes in the kidney that usually retain and hold the protein from spilling into the urine has become leaky, which is usually a result of inflammation and damage. See a doctor to run more tests to prevent the condition from worsening. ...Read more
Trace = small amount: Protein/albumin is not normally found in urine. The term trace in urinalysis means small amount. A protein trace in urine = 10 mg/100 ml giving a slightly hazy appearance to the urine. Albumin is the most common protein found in the bloodstream; it is finding its way into the urine by some means. Other clinical info is needed with evaluation by your doctor to narrow down the cause. Good luck! ...Read more
Can be: Albumin in urine may occur due to urinary infection, bleeding in the urinary system, tumors etc. Isolated Albumin in urine usually represents microvascular damage and is a reflection of microvascular damage elsewhere in the body, e., g, eyes, nerves. It is often associated with diabetes. Consult your doctor as medications are available to curtain further damage kidney and other organs. ...Read more
Albumin in urine: If you have Albumin in your urine you should get advice from your doctor on finding the underlying cause. One thing that you can do in the meantime is to reduce your salt intake by avoiding the salt shaker and high salt foods like cheeses, cold cuts, junk food, restaurant food and prepared foods. Also, if you have diabetes you should be sure to keep your blood sugar as normal as possible. ...Read more
Homework?: There aren't 'the five causes' -- if your teacher asks for these, try to find the textbook that he/she is using. Most important are orthostatic proteinuria (most common), leaky GBM (diabetes, amyloidoisis, membranous GN & its kindred, minimal change DZ / FSGS / any chronic kidney disease with hyperperfusion); most urinary tract infections, consider tumor. ...Read more
We all have small amounts of Albumin in the urine. More than 150 mg/day is abnormal. The more protein/albumin in urine the worse it is. Depending on the cause of Albumin and the amount of albumin, it can be dangerous. See this for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/nephrotic-syndrome/ds01047/method=print. ...Read more
OK: There is a medical reason why you had 24 hour urine protein collection, so the result should be interpreted with underlying medical condition. Please ask your doctor about this. ...Read more
Helo drs... My urine albumin creatine ratio is 4.6 mg/mmol. Iam male 45... How significant is this... Looots of cheers?
May get follow-up: This is a way of estimating how much protein is being lost via the kidneys on a spot urine, without using a 24 hour check. This is a wee bit high. If you have diabetes, this might be a reason for a follow-up study; if there's nothing else to suggest kidney disease and you're not diabetic, your physician may simply note it for future reference. ...Read more
Proteinuria Rx: You have proteinuria which is not related to your kidney stones. Treatment of proteinuria (p) depends on its cause. Some glomuerlonephritis cases are treated with steroids and other agents to reduce p. Patients with diabetic nephropathy causing p are treated with ace-i, arb's and non-dhp calcium channel blockers. These also reduce BP which ameliorates p. Ask your doctor for a treatment plan for p. ...Read more
Does absorbic acid affect a micro-albumin urine test? What other things affect a micro-albumin urine test?
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
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