Microalbuminuria

What is Microalbuminuria?

Microalbuminuria occurs when the kidney leaks small amounts of albumin into the urine, in other words, when there is an abnormally high permeability for albumin in the renal glomerulus.

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I took a life insurance exam during my menstrual cycle and I had high protein, creatinine and microalbuminuria levels. I am not diabetic and I had...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Not related to periods

Detailed Answer:
Hello mam thanks for trusting health care magic.
Your finding are suggestive of early stage...

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I'm XXXX professor in a medical college. Having diabetes and HTN since 32 years.im on the following medications.
lantus 26 at 8pm XXXXXXX rapid...

doctor1 MD

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No ptonkem

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Hi
Thanks for your query.

Microalbuminuria is the earliest sign of injury to the kidney and is seen in...

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Dear Sir,
I am a diabetic patient for the last two years and taking melmet SR-1000 two times a day. Today I checked urine and found albumin...

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Brief Answer:
check microalbuminuria, HbA1c.

Detailed Answer:
Dear sir, Greetings from HCM . Yes traces of albumin and few pus cells are normal ,...

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