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A blood protein level of 8.4 is just barely above what is considered normal (6-8.3) I would ask your doctor to have your blood levels checked again in a couple of weeks. If they're not elevated at that point in time, I wouldn't be too suspicious of an underlying problem. If they are, however, further testing would be indicated. High blood protein levels could indicate conditions such as multiple myeloma and amyloidosis. But again, no need to get ahead of ourselves. A follow up lab is required, in my opinion.
Dr Ashley Mires