Protein in urine, or proteinuria, may occur as a result of conditions such as exposure to cold heat or cold, strenuous physical exercise, and diseases such as heart disease, cardiac failure, renal infection and multiple ... More »

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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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A temporary elevation of protein in urine can be caused by cold exposure, emotional stress, fever, heat exposure or strenuous exercise, explains Mayo Clinic. The causes of persistent elevation include amyloidosis, certai... More »

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A temporary elevation of protein in urine can be caused by cold exposure, emotional stress, fever, heat exposure or strenuous exercise, explains Mayo Clinic. The causes of persistent elevation include amyloidosis, certai... More »

www.reference.com Health Medical Ranges & Levels

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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Possible causes of high blood protein include bone marrow disorders, multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, chronic inflammatory conditions, HIV/AIDS, and dehydration, which causes a false elevated blood protein test result, acc... 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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