Aug 18, 2001
During possible ars, my urinalysis revealed high levels of bilirubin and moderate levels of ketone, a trace of protein & blood.
Could this be related to hiv?
I was later found to have EBV, VCA was >170, nuclear antigen was >85. Early antigen was negative as well as mono test.
What would cause my urine to contain these things?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
These are very nonspecific findings and could be related to a variety of infections or noninfectious problems.
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