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I hope to get some answers with this forum... 7 doctors over the last 1.5 years have no answers.
I have ongoing proteinuria for the last 1.5 years.was 1600 mgs @24 hours and went down to 817 mgs @ 24 hours. Many doctors, many blood and urine tests for ASutoimmune disorders, Lupus, autoimmune hepatits, Hep c, Hep b, CBC GFR kidney function all normal....Ct scan and sonogram recently found a stone 0.4cm in low ureter next to bladder..and a mild dilation in right collecting system(kidney) Urologist says nothing to do with my proteinuria...I also have elevated ALT 125 and AST 68 liver enzymes....Sonogram and a CT scan of liver, gall bladder, spleen, kidneys are unremarkable....
I am lost with this....Should a CT scan and a sonogram show something???
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