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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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 »

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 »

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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In healthy people, fever, emotional stress and intense exercise can temporarily increase protein levels in the urine, according to the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. Abnormal protein levels may also point t... 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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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 »