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protein in urine, normal blood pressure

high protein in urine
This is saranya, i got the 24 hours urine test report. It is as follows,
creatinine-0.58
eGFR non-AFR- >60
eGFR African american >60
creatinine 24 hour urine 1.46
Body surface area 1.79
creatinine clearance 169 (They mentioned as high)
Height feet 5
Height inches 6
weight pounds 156
protein total 24 hour urine 2750
volume of urine for 24 hrs 2750
pregnancy week 37

this is the result they given. Please tell me about my kidney functioning from the above results and whether this result will affect my baby
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replied February 10th, 2011
Hello and thank you for posting your medical question on E health Forum.

The history provided here is incomplete as there are no proper units mentioned, the protein to creatinine ratio is not mentioned and the urine protein levels is not mentioned. Hence interpretation cannot be done whether it is normal.

A few facts about proteinuria during pregnancy has been provided for your information.

24-hour urine protein measures the amount of protein excreted in urine over a 24-hour period.

In non-pregnant individuals, abnormal total protein excretion is typically defined as greater than 150 mg daily.

In normal pregnancy, urinary protein excretion increases substantially, due to a combination of increased glomerular filtration rate and increased permeability of the glomerular basement membrane. Hence, total protein excretion is considered abnormal in pregnant women when it exceeds 300 mg/24 hours.

I hope this helps.



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