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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5

Re: Bladder infection

Posted By: Birdie
Date: July-22, 1998 at 19:01:37

In Response To: Bladder infection (Jenny)

For people with existing kidney problems - protein is known to cause problems. The test for kidney function is called a BUN (blood urea nitrogen) test. If the kidney's are having trouble processing out protein wastes - the BUN will be elevated. Bladder infections are normally detected by an increased need to urinate, even if little or nothing comes out. I'd see a doctor if the kidney in any way seems involved. Sometimes bladder infections can travel up to the kidney as well.


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