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My son had a urine test the results are as follows I am going right of the paper the Doctor gace me.
Creatinine, Urine 299.7 mg/dL
Microalbumin, Urine 1071.1 High ug/mL
Microalb/ Creat Ratio 357.4 High mg/g creat
He had a regular test and it came back 3+, they said it was high in protein and he needed the test above. The Doctor said the second test results are higher. I just want to know what this could mean and with in a week the proteins is higher. How high is high, and what is normal? Thank you in advance for your help.
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