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 »

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 »

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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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 »

High calcium levels in the urine may be due to high vitamin D levels, chronic kidney disease, eating excess calcium, calcium leaks from the kidneys into the urine, sarcoidosis, use of diuretics and excess production of p... More »

Persistently foamy urine that gradually becomes more noticeable may result from proteinuria, elevated protein levels in the urine, according to Mayo Clinic. Patients with foamy urine should consult a doctor immediately, ... More »

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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 »