Treating proteinuria or protein in the urine depends on the underlying issue, since proteinuria is not a remarkable disease, notes WebMD. Mild cases of proteinuria may need no treatment at all. However, if a serious ailm... More »

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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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Elevated protein levels in the urine usually indicate a disease or condition that affects the function of the kidneys, according to Mayo Clinic. Temporary conditions, such as physical exposure to unusually hot or cold te... More »

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The medical tem for protein in urine is proteinuria, according to WebMD. Proteinuria is defined as an extra amount of protein in a urine sample. More »

Treatment for protein leaking from the kidneys into urine, a condition called proteinuria, includes taking drugs such as angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors or angiotensin receptor blockers, states WebMD. Patients w... More »

Such relatively benign conditions as exposure to heat or cold or emotional stress can cause protein in the urine, or proteinuria, according to Mayo Clinic. Fever and intense exercise can cause it as well. 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 »