Hello, I've been working hard to find a Professional to assist you with your question, but sometimes finding the right Professional can take a little longer than expected.
I wonder whether you're ok with continuing to wait for an answer. If you are, please let me know and I will continue my search. If not, feel free to let me know and I will cancel this question for you.
I am quite disappointed with your response.
My question was very simple and in general nature ("What effects a person if more protein is discharged through urine?") I have also stated that "No medications except some urine tests and blood tests and ultra sound. a biopsy May be required and it will done shortly".
Before I pay $ 38/- I have seen a note in your web that "the expert is waiting to answer your question". But even after 72 hours you are not in a position to answer and asking me to wait!.
Please cancel my question and cancel my registration and return $.38/- to my Credit card account.
Thank you and Best Regards
HelloYour question was not answered in another category and then I was alerted to it.I have not answered your question yet.You had stated "no medications except some urine and blood tests..." which really does not make sense and thus needed to be clarified, hence I asked. That is what we call an information request, so that I can answer your question better. I have nothing to do with the 72 hour delay, that is a site issue. I took the late question in order to try and help you.Your question did not state if you have medical problems or not, hence I asked..this is needed to know.The top two causes of protein in the urine are high blood pressure and diabetes.Protein would be a reflection of these.If not, then intrinsic kidney disease, which is usually autoimmune, and this requires a biopsy. If it is a large amount of protein, this is called nephrotic syndrome. It requires the intervention of a nephrologist and a biopsy for diagnosis, there are all types...some are highly treatable usually with steroids or other immune altering medications. Some are not highly treatable, hence the need for the biopsy.A commonality in most cases is the need for a low protein diet and ACE inhibitor medications. These help slow the destructive process.As I said, I did not give you an answer before as I needed information from you, which took about 7 hours. We might be on different time frames. The initial delay is because no one else took your question. I took it as soon as I was alerted to it.
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