Saturday, 03 November 2018
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I just have a question about the results of the ACR test. My two previous tests done in 2015 and 2017 were 1.3 and 1.2. I just had this test done again the other day and it said test was not done as my Albumin level was <6 mg/l. What does it mean when the albumin is so low it is unable to complete the test ordered?

Yvonne
more than a month ago
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#1269
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It is common to fluctuate, especially within the normal range such as you had (assuming units are mg/mmol).

Dr. Jordan Weinstein
more than a month ago
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#1267
This means that you have no albumin in your urine. That is a normal finding.

Dr. Jordan Weinstein
more than a month ago
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#1268
Thank you...I was cofused by the fact that there were results previously but this one no result...is it normal for the albumin levels to fluctuate that much?
more than a month ago
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#1269
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It is common to fluctuate, especially within the normal range such as you had (assuming units are mg/mmol).

Dr. Jordan Weinstein
more than a month ago
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#1270
Yes they are :D thank you
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