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Creatinine and Calcium levels in Urine in a Child

My 10year old has been complaining of scratchy/tingly feeling during urination for the past 2 months. A complete urinalysis came back with all the results in range except for flagged low specific gravity at <=1.005. The creatinine came back as 17.6; calcium as 1.3. The urologist hasn't been available to look at the results all week due to conference. The front desk person says it all looks normal. Does it?
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Forgot to mention that the creatinine and calcium are not flagged but the reason I am concerned is that I can't find those numbers anywhere. However, the front desk person mentioned that they were looking for calcium/creatinine ratio. And that ratio looks ok.
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