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What May Cause Too Much Protein in the Blood? Not Drinking Enough Water. Your high blood protein levels may simply be due to dehydration. ... Eating Too Many Inflammatory Foods. If your doctor is concerned with inflammation, your C-reactive protein, or CRP, level may have been tested. Medical Causes of High Blood Protein. ...What blood test shows high protein?
The total protein test measures the total amount of protein in your blood and specifically looks for the amount of albumin and globulin. This test will also look at the ratio of albumin to globulin in your blood. This is known as the “A/G ratio.”.What are the side effects of low protein levels in the blood?
Slightly reduced blood protein often causes no symptoms but a markedly low level can lead to weakness, fatigue and leakage of fluid from your circulation into the soft tissues of your body, which you might notice as swelling in your feet, lower legs, hands and/or face.