thanks for your query.
Normal ranges for Protein levels are:
Total protein = 6-8.3 mg/dl
Albumin = 3.5-5 gm/dL
Globulin = 2.3-3.5 gm/dL
A/G Ratio = 0.8 - 2.0
So all readings are normal except globulin that is slightly higher.Some globulins are made by the liver, while others are made by the immune system.Many disease can cause high globulin levels.Most common of them are chronic granulomatous diseases like TB and Syphilis. Other causes may be leukemia or other bone marrow
disorders,autoimmunity diseases such as lupus or collagen diseases.
As you mentioned she is fatigued and nauseated, it is quite possible she is having any autoimmune disease
related to Gestrointestinal tract like ulcerative colitis
syndrome and some times kidney diseases.You need other specialized tests to know the exact underlying cause.
Please consult gastroentrologist to exclude GERD and dyspepsia
and You may consult immunologist for further assessment.
Hope it helps.