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Please write the reference range of protein, white blood cells of the lab.
Is it total protein? Did they test albumin, globulin etc.?
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Do you take alcohol?
High level of ALT, GGT is found in liver diseases.
Liver conditions like hepatitis, cirrhosis,can raise the level.
Alcohol, medicines can increase ALT level.
Your levels are mildly elevated.
If you take alcohol, I would advise to withhold it.
Your doctor can suggest to take repeat tests after a few weeks to see whether they have come down to normal.
He can also suggest tests like ultrasound to see the condition of the liver.
Do you have any symptom?
Can you write the units used for protein & white blood cells? Was it an urine test?
Are you there?
Yes, those are from blood tests.
hpf is high power field.
Now it is clear.
Doctor can take a few more tests like urine culture.
Did you have blood urea, creatinine levels?
1.0 mg/ dl is normal.
In kidney disease its level can be raised.
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It is in the normal range.
You need not to worry about it but you need to follow up with doctor.
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