MICROALBUMIN not detected
Your test result of MICROALBUMIN NOT DETECTED is a GOOD sign of health. Microalbumin is a small amount of a protein called albumin.
If microalbumin is not detected in a person's urine, it generally indicates that the individual has normal kidney function and there are no signs of early kidney damage or abnormal protein leakage in the urine. This is a positive finding as it suggests the kidneys are working effectively to filter waste and prevent the loss of essential proteins.
- Maintain a balanced diet: Eat a healthy and well-balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Limit the intake of processed foods, sugary drinks, and excessive salt.
- Stay hydrated: Drink an adequate amount of water each day to support kidney function and maintain proper hydration.
- Regular exercise: Engage in regular physical activity as it promotes overall health and can help manage conditions like hypertension and diabetes, which can impact kidney health.
- Manage underlying conditions: If you have any chronic conditions like diabetes or hypertension, work closely with your healthcare provider to manage them effectively.
- Avoid smoking and limit alcohol intake: Smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can harm kidney function, so it's best to avoid or limit these habits.
- Regular health check-ups: Periodic health check-ups, including urine tests, can help monitor kidney function and detect any potential issues early on.
*Remember that this information is general and not a substitute for medical advice.