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Mild heart attack. Lab tests-elevated microalbumin, ultrasound kidneys-small cysts. Due to medicines?

My husband had a mild heart attack three years ago, at aged 39. Since then, he has been on a variety of standard medications - including high blood pressure meds - and has had 12 stents placed over four procedures. His last two routine lab tests showed an elevated microalbumin (300) and slightly high fasting blood glucose (103-105). An ultrasound of his kidneys revealed small cysts, but he shows no signs of kidney failure or inherited disease, and all of his other blood work is normal. Could his meds be causing these kidney issues?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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It is very slang to say mild or moderate attack, the pathological heart condition of your husband it self is responsible for whatever laboratory and usg reports are there, but nothing to worry until and unless some obvious clinical symptoms are there, certain non specific changes are there or happens inside the body which does not harm to body, and person can live normal life with such changes, in your husband's case some haphazard discussion taken away, Have nice time
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