An albumin blood test is used to check your general health and to see how well your liver and kidneys are working.
It may take 3 weeks or more to increase albumin levels naturally.
Usually, healthy kidneys do not pass on the albumin in the urine. Hence, if you have an absence of albumin in urine then you are having healthy kidneys.
You are likely to suffer from liver disease, kidney disease or liver cell damage if your globulin or albumin levels are high.
When albumin levels are high the body is usually severely dehydrated.