Thanks for the query.
The color change on the dipstick has to be interpreted within the time frame provided.
A healthy person should have a negative reading of microalbumin
on the dipstick.
If the results of the first test were inconclusive; you could repeat the test. If it turns out positive more specific tests like urine albumin/creatinine
ratio should be done.
If the tests are positive you need to see a physician.
Hope this helps