Protein in the urine in small quantities in the urine of each person. If the urine sample found to exceed its normal (more than 0,033 g/l), it may indicate the development of pathological processes.
Increased protein in the urine termed "proteinuria" – cause this condition can of urological pathology (glomerulonephritis, lipoid nephrosis, pyelonephritis, carcinoma kidney) and urinary tract infection and kidney problems, hypertension, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders. In this case, the treatment of proteinuria is aimed at eliminating pathologies causing this condition.
Other benign factors for the increased protein in the urine can be improper nutrition (large amounts of protein in the diet), excessive exercise, pregnancy, stress, just infectious disease. With these factors the treatment is not required, it is sufficient to adjust lifestyle, then repeat the urine test.