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Does HBP and protein in urine always accompany CKD?

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  • chefnancy
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    Re: Does HBP and protein in urine always accompany CKD?

    In answer to your first question, I don't know if a regular urinalysis will detect protein. In answer to your second question, yes, CKD can exist independent from high blood pressure. High blood pressure is one of the major causes of kidney failure but it is far from the only one. In addition, many, but not all, people with CKD eventually develop high blood pressure because of their damaged kidneys.

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  • TwinMom
    started a topic Does HBP and protein in urine always accompany CKD?

    Does HBP and protein in urine always accompany CKD?

    And does a normal/basic urine test done by PCP always test for protein in urine? Can CKD be present without high blood pressure?