Tmu protein in urine

#1
i know I've posted a couple threads now and may seem like I'm not searching for the topics but I was tmu'd today for pro turn in my urine I don't take protein shakes or anything did have a lovely Tbinesteak the night before but apparently that's won't do it what I did want to know though was a rough time scale between being tmu'd and being passed the I've got a doctors appointment next week so if I'm all fine with that the doctor for the medical said he will pass me I don't need another medical he will sign me off through paperwork so if anyone has any knowledge what time scale am I looking at from being tmu'd to being passed medically fit I know it depends on how long my foctor takes to file paper work but a rough estimate will help
 

exJenny

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#2
I recommend reading up on persec, then create a new log on and in future spend some time reading your posts before you hit enter.
 

Seadog

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#5
Or a foctor? I knew a lovely naval nurse. I tried all my best lines, bought her flowers, got a snog but never foctor.

Bummer.

No, not that either.
 

Prad0r

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#7
You might want to have a chat with a GP regarding your kidney function.

More importantly you might want to have a chat with your old English teacher. Go over some topics...just saying
 
#8
Sorry for the poor grammar I did write that yesterday after a couple pints and didn't read before hitting enter, it was protein and T-bone steak and it isn't my real name my logon. English really isn't my best subject so I could do with going back to my old teacher
 

Trainer

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#9
Did you not start a similar thread the other day in which you were having snags getting in because of financial problems with debt and a credit rating. Maybe the universe is telling you something Carl?

I'm sure Angry Doc might be able to give you a better answer than me, but there are a number of reasons whilst protein can apparently turn up in urine.

1) Fucked testing sticks and there is no protein there.

2) Dehydration.

3) Kidney or urinary infections.

4) Other reasons such as kidney disease.

The human body is a wonderful thing - so chomping on half a cow the night before will not result in proteinuria. Chat to your GP.
 
#11
Trainer yes that was me who started the thread the other day I have researched a couple reasons behind why protein could be in my urine however o didn't really mind that just wanted a rough estimate as to how long after being tmud I will be back on track I have a doctors appointment next week and should all be ok and funnily enough my ft score was 107 8 wrong on the English
 

exJenny

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#12
Trainer yes that was me who started the thread the other day I have researched a couple reasons behind why protein could be in my urine however o didn't really mind that just wanted a rough estimate as to how long after being tmud I will be back on track I have a doctors appointment next week and should all be ok and funnily enough my ft score was 107 8 wrong on the English
That's another couple of pints you've had.
 
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Just a few on the house for you, CS, guaranteed protein-free.:rolleyes:
 
#17
Was this an isolated urine test strip or a formal Mid Stream Urine test (MSU) sent to a laboratory? If it was a test strip, strenuous physical activity or the presence of semen (recent ejaculation) can show up as a false positive proteinuria. There are other causes that should be investigated further to exclude them and therefore you should take the guidance given by your GP.
 

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