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The normal range of albumin in serum is 3.4 - 5.4 grams per deciliter (g/dL).What is the normal range of albumin in the urine?
A urine microalbumin test can be performed to detect small amounts of albumin in the urine that may not be detected on dipstick testing. If the kidney is diseased, proteins may be detected on a dipstick test, even if blood protein levels are normal. For a random urine sample, normal values are 0 to 14 mg/dL.What medications can cause high microalbumin?
The health care provider may tell you to temporarily stop taking certain medicines that can affect the test. Drugs that can increase albumin levels include: Anabolic steroids. Androgens. Growth hormone. Insulin.