Xanthoproteic test for proteins - Doctor answers
I had a upep test done and all the result says is protein quantitive 22.1 mg/dl What does this mean?
Proteinuria: My interpretation of that result would to consider that amount of proteinuria as very mild and doesn't suggest significant kidney damage. However we don't see the breakdown of the types of protein (qualitative) in your report. Your ordering physician, who knows all your findings, is best qualified to answer your question. ...Read more
I had hemoturia for a month and its not clear why when I had taken all possible test's but I was wondering if protein has to do any with it, or diet?
Kidney and Bladder:
Hematuria is bleeding in urine.
Two things to ponder / look for 1. Is is isolated meaning is it only blood in urine or 2. Is it also accompanied by protein (proteinura).
It is seldom related to diet or protein in diet unless you are eating lot of beets or foods that can color body secretions
there are many causes of heamturia. I would start with an appt with pcp ...Read more
Tests for clotting: People whose blood tends to clot excessively can have deep vein thrombosis (clots in veins in the legs or abdomen) or pulmonary emboli (clots that travel to the lungs). A deficiency of protein c or protein s, among other things, can cause excess clotting. Tests for protein c or s are used to diagnose levels of these proteins in the blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is it up?: CRP is a test that measures inflammation. It can be used to follow infection, inflammatory arthritis, and if a high sensitivity CRP is used to assess cardiovascular risk. If it shows increase risk to the heart the level is mildly elevated and diet, exercise, management of cholesterol will help. If there is igh inflammation the underlying cause needs to be found and treated. ...Read more
Context needed: Normal values for 24 hour urine protein are less than 100 mg in 24 hours or 10 mg per 100 milliliter of urine. Interpretation of test result is dependent upon the clinical reasons for doing the test. ...Read more
Hello and I do a lot of bloods tests and I don't have any problem, I go to the gym everyday and I want to take a protein gainer it is safe for me?
More to the Story: I am sorry, but no 20 year old has 'lots of blood tests'. Ever. That is unless they have an illness. You did not tell us the whole story and thus we cannot give you permission without knowing why and what you are testing so often. ...Read more
I had a c-reactive protein test this morning, the result that came out was 59.6. It's very high from the max range, why is it so? Should I be alarmed?
See your doctor.: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
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? ...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
Depends on cause: Elevated CRP usually indicates inflammation which may be due to infection or other causes of inflammation. The underlying cause needs to be treated. High sensitivity CRP is generally measured to assess risk of heart disease and the elevated hscrp often come down with statin therapy. In any case you need to consult your doctor for the proper work-up and treatment. ...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
On a recent blood test my protein came back low what are ways that I can raise it? And what does this affect?
What can cause a never before seen high protein level in the yearly blood test of a healthy 58 year old male?
If you are talking about total serum proteins, it may be because you were dehydrated due to not drinking water for the fasting blood test. The other major cause is increase in gamma globulins due to inflammation or tumor of the plasma cells. The starting point of the investigation would be serum protein electrophoresis. Consult this site for more info:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/symptoms/high-blood-protein/basics/definition/SYM-20050599 ...Read more
Are strips that I can buy from medical stores that test glucose and protein reliable when loooking for those in the urine?
Two recent urine tests have indicated a high protein content (between 1+ and 2 +.) My dr. Didn't seem that concerned. Should I be??
+ 2 urine protein: F unknown age and health history: Two recent urine tests have indicated a high protein content (between 1+ and 2 +.) My dr. Didn't seem that concerned. Should I be?? ANS: yes especially if you are pregnant- but will depend on how old you are, what time of day urine was tested and any other health problems you have. Dipstick testing can not be very accurate. Was it a clean catch midstream urine? ...Read more