The causes of a high protein count in urine include chronic kidney disease, diabetes, kidney infection, hypertension and heart failure, according to Mayo Clinic. Although they are not necessarily signs of kidney damage, ... More »

Having a high protein count in urine can be the result of kidney disease or other chronic medical condition, or it may be something temporary, states American Kidney Fund. Healthy kidneys should not allow an excessive am... More »

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A person may develop high levels of protein in the urine, or proteinuria, temporarily due to trauma, exposure to temperature extremes, fever, emotional stress and strenuous exercise. Permanent high protein levels indicat... More »

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Someone with consistently high protein in the urine may have kidney disease, but other causes could include a buildup of abnormal proteins in the organs called amyloidosis, diabetes, hypertension, Hodgkin's disease or si... More »

Possible causes of high protein in urine, or proteinuria, include kidney damage and overproduction of protein in the body. Other possible causes include trauma, infections, toxins, immune system disorders and medications... More »

Alcohol consumption, heart failure and certain prescription drugs may cause a high liver enzyme count, according to Mayo Clinic. A high liver enzyme count often indicates leakage of high amounts of liver enzymes into the... More »

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Causes for high liver enzyme counts include alcohol consumption, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, acetaminophen, hepatitis and heart failure, according to Mayo Clinic. Taking drugs used to manage cholesterol levels, sca... More »

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