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I recently had a urine test (don't know which one) but it came back with protein levels over 3000. I had the test done back in 2007 (according to the nurse) and the level was 150. I really don't know what or where the levels start to be 'really high'. My GP did the tests, and the nephrologist has seen all the previous urine results.
I have had urine tests at least 2-3xs a year, even in 2008 and 2009. What test did they do this time that was different?
I'm not sure what I could look up for more reference.
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