Protein in the urine, also known as proteinuria, may be a sign of chronic kidney disease resulting from diabetes, high blood pressure, and other conditions that cause inflammation of the kidneys, according to the Nationa... More »

Protein in urine is a symptom of diabetes, but it is also a symptom of many other diseases, according to Mayo Clinic. Protein may also be temporarily present in urine from causes such as stress, fever or strenuous exerci... 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 »

Renal insufficiency is a type of chronic kidney disease that damages the kidneys' ability to produce erythropoietin, a hormone that signals the bone marrow to produce red blood cells, according to The National Kidney and... More »

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Incomplete emptying of the bladder may be the result of constipation, nerve problems, weak bladder muscles, urinary tract stones, blockage or narrowing of the urethra and some types of cancer, explains the National Kidne... More »

Henoch-Schönlein purpura affects the kidneys, digestive tract and joints by causing the blood vessels to become inflamed and leak, according to The National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse. The pri... More »

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People with high amounts of protein in their urine, or proteinuria, may be in the early stages of, or at risk for, chronic kidney disease and should follow a diet that limits their protein intake, according to Davita. Th... More »