The only result that you quote consistently is the urinary albumin to creatinine ratios. The other results reflect the concentration of the urine and are not significant. The urinary albumin to creatinine ratios are between 905 and 1365. These numbers are very similar and reflect similar amounts of albumin in the urine. I suggest that you wait for the results of your kidney biopsy and then consult with your nephrologist about treatment recommendations. The albumin in the urine confirms that you may have some form of kidney disease and the biopsy should tell you what is causing this and lead to proper treatment.