What is Protein Excretion?
Protein excretion is the amount of protein excreted or passed out of the body in urine. Some excretion is normal, but excessive excretion can be a sign of heart failure, glomerular disorders, HIV, hepatitis B or C, metal ingestion or lymphoma.
There is no such thing as low protein excretion as some people don’t excrete any protein in urine.
- Non-Pregnant Adult: Less than 150 mg / 24 hours or less than 0.15 g / 24 hours
- Pregnancy Trimester One: No Normal Values
- Pregnancy Trimester Two: 0 to 255 mg / 24 hours or 0 to 0.26 g / 24 hours
- Pregnancy Trimester Three: 0 to 254 mg / 24 hours or 0 to 0.25 g / 24 hours