I just realized i put kenotes and not ketones in my last post. No idea what i was thinking. Anyway, wanted to fix that and just made a new thread. I have more info too I forgot to add before. So I will add my previous info as well as the new.
OK, so my Dr said my urinalysis came back with trace of ketones and protein in my urine. He said its probably not significant and should check it again another day.
Can someone tell me how common or uncommon that is? I hadnt eatin like like 16 hours before hand, except for alittle something maybe 20 minutes before I gave the urine sample. Could this have caused it?
I was really worried since I get cloudy urine after eating dairy, and only after dairy. And I had another problem i was there for. So my heart was racing and felt like it was gonna come out of my chest. My BP was 150/90. However, usually, its about 117/75. Bothe when I am there on less stressful times, and also I monitor it at home.
My Dr also told me he has no concerns of me being diabetic since no glucose showed up in my urine samples. Both the dip stick as well as the lab samples.
Like I said, i was at the Dr around 1:30pm, and I hadnt eatin since dinner the night before. He mentioned that could have caused the ketones on the dipstick test. Could this, as well as the stress I was under, cause the trace amounts of protein?
Between the dipstick test, and the lab test, I had gone home, had something to drink, and alittle something to eat. Maybe 40 minutes later, I produced the lab sample. But I read that the urine reading can lag 2 to 4 hours behind what ur body is actually doing. Later in the night, after eating, I used ketostix reagent strips for ketone testing, and it was negative. All tests since have also been negative.
Any feedback would be great. Like I said the Dr said its PROBABLY not significant and to check again another time. But I cant help but worry. Im just curious how serious this could be. Arte my Kidneys likely damaged? Or are trace amounts of protein normal for the conditions I was under? Thanks.