I am 17 30 weeks pregnant monday.

i am always having big amounts of protein in my urine and infections antibiotics dont seen to be doing anything im back in hospital monday for more tests
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replied August 18th, 2008
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What have you been diagnosed with?
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replied August 18th, 2008
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What is your doctor telling you? Constant UTI's or kidney infection can lead to long term problems with your kidneys if the antibiotics are not working.

You may need to have further tests to see why you have a lot of protein in your urine.
How much protein do you have in your urine when they test you?

Any other symptoms?

Talk to your doctor, stress your concerns to him/her as well.
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replied August 18th, 2008
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Protein
I had ++ protein
its there all the time i went back to the hospital today im on antibiotics and it showed it was still there

my blood tests are also showing that my body is fighting 96.8 infection
they dont tell me anything all they say is its normal in pregnancy
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replied August 19th, 2008
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Sorry, can't help you unless you have a diagnosis.
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replied December 22nd, 2009
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uh oh. well maybe you should conform to the situation then you can understand it better. if you conform then people will understand you better and you won't feel like such an outsider and you will feel nicer. conforming doesn't always mean being an outcast either. it can mean being a preacher of any faith.
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