Thanks for posting on HCM,
Excess kidney in urine usually implies that the kidney is diseased. You will need to have your doctor run a kidney function tests done to determine the state of your kidney.
There are three main mechanisms to cause proteinuria:
- Due to disease in glomerulus
- Because of increased quantity of proteins in serum (overflow proteinuria
- Due to low reabsorption at proximal tubule (Fanconi syndrome
Your blood pressure too will have to be checked for hypertension.
There are several diseases that can be responsible for protein in urine
besides kidney infection
and the infection might be the main cause of your proteinuria and also the other symptoms you are having.
You might need to see a nephrologist
for further evaluation and maybe treatment.
Hope this helps