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Low insulin levels occur when the beta cells of the pancreas do not produce enough insulin, according to the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. This can occur in diabetes, hypopituitarism or pancreatitis. More »

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Peripheral neuropathy in the feet, the most common complication of diabetes, is caused by too-high blood sugar levels resulting in nerve damage that causes numbness and often pain, states WebMD. It is found in 60 to 70 p... More »

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High albumin levels in the body indicate severe dehydration, a high-protein diet and wearing a tourniquet for long periods while giving a blood sample, according to MedlinePlus. Several drugs can increase albumin levels ... More »

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One way to possibly raise low creatinine levels in the urine is to take creatine dietary supplements, advises the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. This may increase blood creatine levels as well. More »

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Low globulin levels can indicate that someone is suffering from autoimmune disease, cirrhosis, kidney disease or multiple myeloma, according to Healthline. Doctors use a total protein test to measure globulin levels. More »

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Low levels of absolute eosinophils are caused by either alcohol intoxication or the over production of certain specific steroids in the body, such as corticosol, as reported by MedlinePlus. Absolute eosinophils are white... More »

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Low levels of sodium in the blood, a condition known as hyponatremia, may be an indicator that the body is retaining rather than excreting excess water; this may be the result of an overproduction of the anti-diuretic ho... More »

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