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Which specific test are you refering to?
And why was the test done?
Thank you very much for the useful information Marvyn.
Uric Acid comes from proteins, and whenever you exercise the levels are likely to go up a little due to breakdown in the muscle proteins.
Normal kidneys maintain the uric acid levels with in normal range in the blood, but muscular adults may have a slightly high uric acid level in their blood as compared to normal population.
Also if you were a little dehydrated at the time when the blood sample was taken, it may also affect the results.
High protein take also contributes.
Honestly the levels you have mentioned are not significantly high, and appear to be normal for you.
At this point, I will suggest you to repeat the test after some days (a week or so) while you rest and maintain adequate hydration. Most likely this will get back with in the normal limits. Also limiting the excess protein intake will help.
If the levels remain high, then off course we have to cautiously rule out any kidney disorder that may give you this such as kidney stones, gout, rhabdomyolysis, and other causes for renal failure.
I would have been worried too if I were at your place, but let me reassure you that this does not sound serious at all.
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Yes, dehydration and exercise seem to be the most likely cause here.
Diet also contributes, and so did the protein shakes (as i mentioned that high protein intake can also give you similar readings).
Hope this clarifies.