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relation between protein-creatinine and kidney disorder?

My urine Spot Protein-Creatinine level is in the range of 32mg and 78 mg respectively. Is it any threat to disorder of Kidney
Asked On : Wed, 15 Sep 2010
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Normal Spot urine Protein/ Creatinine values depend on age. In children <0.5 and in adults <0.2 are normal. Your value, 32mg/78mg=0.4 is slightly impaired, meaning you have proteins in your urine.

Depending on your preexisting medical conditions, it has to be investigated and treated.

Best wishes,
Dr. Jagdish
Answered: Wed, 3 Nov 2010
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Your Spot Protein-Creatinine level is abnormal and you have Nephropathy. You need medications to decrease protein spilling by kidney.
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