Protein is not found in normal urine, states WebMD. The presence of protein in urine is usually an indication of kidney disease or another health condition such as cancer, kidney damage, high blood pressure, lupus, diabe... More »

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Persistent high levels of protein in urine is a condition known as proteinuria and is usually caused by kidney disease. Proteinuria can also be caused by heart conditions, certain drugs, diabetes and pregnancy. Temporary... More »

A urine albumin-to-creatinine ratio less than 30 mg/g is considered normal, according to the American Kidney Fund. Healthy kidneys filter out protein, such as albumin, and prevent it from leaving the body with waste crea... More »

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Acceptable amounts of protein in a random urine sample range from 0 to 20 mg/dL, states MedlinePlus. In 24-hour urine collections, normal values are less than 80 mg per 24 hours. More »

The normal range for protein in urine is 20 milligrams per deciliter for a random urine sample, according to MedlinePlus. A doctor may order a 24-hour urine collection. With this test, normal ranges are less than 80 mill... More »

Persistent high levels of protein in urine is a condition known as proteinuria and is usually caused by kidney disease. Proteinuria can also be caused by heart conditions, certain drugs, diabetes and pregnancy. Temporary... More »

Treatment for protein in the urine focuses on treating the underlying cause, according to WebMD. In some cases, the condition is mild and requires no treatment at all. If the patient has diabetes or high blood pressure t... More »

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