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... Cathy, many of these issues are related and I will try to draw some connections for you. The high protein and creatinine in urine could be related to your SLE or to a recent strep infection that you may have not known you had, indicated by the high strept antibody results. ... (2 replies)
... Protein is a pretty important part of your blood. It literally stops the blood leaking out of your veins. You are allowed to loose around 150 mg of protein a day through your urine. If the filters in your kidneys get damaged they let a lot more protein into your urine causing a condition called proteinurea. ... (4 replies)
... It depends a lot on how you feel, and how your electrolyte and water balance is. Too high potassium can be dangerous so you want to watch that. ... (3 replies)

May 31, 2007
... I'm currently recovering from a retinal detachment surgery that I had last week. Still not able to see well out of that eye. I do have a long list of health problems that started after I had my babies...not sure why and it has been frustrating! ... (4 replies)
... How much protein did you have in urine when you first found out in 1975? ... (10 replies)
... Here's a couple of things. Don't get wrapped up in these "stages". They are a handy short form for doctors of different specialties to communicate with each other and give a ball park of where your kidney is at, technically speaking. ... (10 replies)
Nov 25, 2015
... Hi, no I haven't been able to get better. I have weird symptoms as per the other thread I recently started. ... (32 replies)
... While I can't tell you how to handle it, I might be able to talk to you about what the future may hold. You don't say exactly what your lab values are, but I'm guessing that they are currently only mildly elevated. ... (4 replies)
Quality of life
Aug 18, 2010
... Just out of curiosity, how did your doc decide on the timeline? ... (3 replies)
... It sounds like you need to get checked. As the other person noted about polyuria there are many possible causes. The heat and weakness is a tell tale sign. ... (11 replies)
... and that is good for you. So while you still shouldn't eat a lot of fish, it is a nice alternative to the "heavier" proteins like beef and pork. ... (2 replies)
... sorry for all you are having to deal with here. unfortunetly,you are very right in what conclusion you came up with in regards to just having protien show up in the urine? ... (5 replies)
Protein in urine
Jul 9, 2009
... Am rather new at all I'm not going to be the biggest help. But...yes, my 24 hour CC test did show my GFR as well as my creatinine. My GFR was higher in the 24 CC test 59. ... (12 replies)
Protein in urine
Jul 9, 2009
... thank you everyone that has posted. i have yet to hear from the 24 hour test. am calling tomorrow if i dont hear anything by then. ... (12 replies)
... and tummy pain for 5 weeks,my legs feel shaky, i have sharp pains on my left side and whole tummy is so sore and tender,my chest is tight and at times been short of breath,i also cannot lay on my right side while in bed as it gives me pain on my left side of tummy like a pulling sensation. ... (1 replies)
Protein in urine
Aug 8, 2008
... First off how old you? ... (3 replies)
... this is also an indicator of how well your kidneys are filtering. ... (9 replies)
... apparently the 24 urine test that I just got back today shows I have even a HIGHER level of protein than I did when I had my first 24 hr test a week ago almost exactly which means that by now its over 600. She didnt tell me the exact number or range this time. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, there. Just a few possibilities, but you shouldn't worry too much until you know more. Protein is a large molecule that under normal circumstances, would be present in urine at zero or very low levels. ... (2 replies)
... kidney health and you are clearly knowledgable. I need some advice as well. first off i am unisured and unemployed so i have been trying to get a handle on this without a doctor. i dont even have one as i am very healthy normally. I am 44, female and experiencing a confusing array of symptoms. ... (23 replies)

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