hi to all,its been 1 year since the protein has been spilling,its the same a year later 1 gram 24hr,on blood preasure meds thats all for the meds.anyone else in the same boat.no drink, no smoke have been working out for 30 years.gfr is 99 bun\creatine is still somewhat ok.all other blood work is great.
The normal results of GFR range from 90 - 120 mL/min.The two common risk factors for protein losses are hypertension, obesity and diabetes mellitus. If you have any of the conditions mentioned above treatment depends on identifying and managing its underlying cause. If that cause is kidney disease, appropriate medical management is very important. Untreated chronic kidney disease can lead to kidney failure. Consult a nephrologist and get your doubts clarified. Keep me posted.
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