This indicates a small but abnormal amount of protein in the urine. If this is persistent, it should be investigated. Some causes of this include diabetes, hypertension, genetic kidney disease and glomerulonephritis. Unfortunately, I don't have additional information about you to comment further.
yes she is diabetic....and her diabetes is well under control....
PP: 130-160 (sometimes 180-220)
also under medication for Blood Pressure....
can you suggest what other details/areas of investigation would be required
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