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Albumin come in urine.
My wife albumin ++ in urine with UTI is it serious. No sugar trace in urine. But she have diebetic history should I check her diebetic.
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In urinary tract infection in some cases albumin is present in trace amounts, but since there is an increased amount, her kidney function has to be evaluated and her BP monitored. I would advise you to visit a nephrologist so that she can be examined and undergo investigations such as USG abdomen, RFT, LFT, etc to find the underlying cause and have it treated accordingly. If she develops any problems such as inability to pass urine, you should take her to the ER immediately.
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If any problems arise or worsen visit the ER at the earliest.
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Yes Urine protein can be there in infection also But with diabetes history be careful
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Get the following tests done . HBAIC.C Anca. P Anca. Urine Micro albumin . Kidney function tests. 24 hour urine for protein approximation.ANA by IFA. Follow up with the reports and I will tell you what exactly to do. Those are all the tests that you need
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Dear friend, your wife seems to have a kidney disease which needs immediate medical attention. Pls consult an MD general medicine doctor near you as quickly as possible. Pls don't delay the treatment. Hope you act wisely. regards
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Diabetes should always be confirmed by Blood sugar tests, both Fasting n 2 hrs after major meal,urine sugar may be absent but must check it in blood.2++ albumin, required further Renal test like creatinine n blood urea, n test for microalbuminuria. also.Then consult a physician 1st n if he advise then nephrologist.
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