In my early 30's and was diagnosed with reduced kidney function (high ketone levels) and high white blood cell count. One hour prior to my test I had a 4 hour extreme exercise boot camp in 90 degree sun. I was wondering if the excessive exercise and sweating could have affected my results?
Metabolic abnormalities such as diabetes, renal glycosuria, or glycogen storage disease , conditions such as, fasting, high protein, or low carbohydrate diets, prolonged vomiting, and anorexia and hyperthyroidism, fever, pregnancy or lactation
are ssociated with ketonuria.
Similarlarly acute illness or severe stress can lead to ketonuria. Please narrate your symptoms and any associated disease, what about blood urea, creatinine levels. WBC in urine are indication for UTI(urinary trac infection). Consult doctor for diagnosis.
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