Having your period can cause high protein levels in a urine test. Protein in the urine can also be caused by infection.
Estrogen is the main hormone responsible for a woman's period. Rising and falling estrogen levels cause the various stages of the menstrual cycle.
This could be happening because of your hormonal levels, especially your estrogen level. Before I went on a birth control pill, I had this problem also. My doctor said it is due to estrogen levels being too low. Having a low estrogen level can cause you to start your period too early. Therefore, she gave me a pill with more estrogen in it and I have not had this issue since. If you are not currently on a birth control pill, you could have your doctor run a hormone level test and go from there.
Eating before a blood test will cause your blood sugar levels to rise. That is why they are referred to as "fasting" blood tests, meaning you are not supposed to eat or drink anything but water before having them.
dna in a cell needs protein and chromosomes.
Typically excess protein is caused by lupus' effect on the kidneys; excess urine protein doesn't cause lupus.
I'm late on my period and having alot of signs of pregnancy. If I'm pregnant with twins would that cause my hormone levels to be lower and cause a negative test?
No. Diabetes can, though. Yeast has nothing to do with protein.
Drugs that may cause increased protein levels include the anabolic steroids, androgens (male hormones), growth hormone, insulin, and progesterone.
Having your period means you aren't pregnant
having a baby
Protein should not be found in the urine. Cause it may mean that your kidney is having a problem with its filtering of substances like protein and BUN.
An abnormally high level of protein in blood can have many causes. Blood proteins, also called serum proteins, serve numerous functions, including helping to regulate cell function and your immune system. Normally, your blood contains relatively small amounts of many types of proteins. Causes of elevated levels of protein in blood include: * Chronic inflammation or infection, such as HIV and hepatitis * Certain bone marrow diseases, such as multiple myeloma, amyloidosis and monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) A high-protein diet does not cause high levels of protein in blood. However, severe malnutrition can cause a decrease in total blood protein. Further testing can help determine the cause of high levels of protein in blood.
have you had your period?if not you could be having one.just cause you are on depo doenst mean you wont have a period.
If blood protein levels become low, then there will be a decrease in colloidal osmotic pressure. This in turn can cause side effects in the body like edema and muscle degeneration.
A girl won't get pregnant from not having her period; she may get pregnant from having sexual intercourse. However, the lack of the period may be an indication of pregnancy (but not the cause).
Protein supplements will hurt you is you over-consume them. They can contain harmful metals and having too much protein can cause dehydration, digestion problems, etc.
i am 68 and appear to be having a period