Most recent lab results Microalbumin, random urine mg/dl 9.40. What should I do now?

The laboratory result that you mention is only a concentration term and must be interpreted by the amount of creatinine in the urine. You should ask for your “urine microalbumin to creatinine ratio” in the urine. Normal is less than 30 milligrams per gram of creatinine. If it is greater than 30, you have chronic kidney disease.

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