Over two weeks ago, I has been diagnosed with CKD stage 2, with eGFR of 82 and existence of both proteinuria 1g/day and albuminuria with ACR around 108mg/g. Today, I retested the lab and consulted another GP and the lab showed that protein in my urine is negative, albumin in urine is 10mg/L, ACR is less than 30mg/g( my creatinine in urine dramatically high as 1g/L), eGFR is still 81.5. The lab took randomly my second morning urine sample. I am taking Telmisartan (an ARB meds) everyday. The newest ultrasound show both my kidneys normal, only only one small 4mm kidney stone in the left one. That new GP told me that I don't have CKD and my kidneys are working normally with eGFR > 60, even she knew I was taking ARB meds and told me that at least albuminuria lasts longer than 3 months that CKD could be confirmed, otherwise it is just the consequence of my high blood pressure, which is now controlled by ARB meds.
Could anyone please give me an opinion is it due to my ARB meds that makes proteinuria and ACR down to normal in only 2 weeks and CKD can't be confirmed or it's just my CKD stage 2 now delayed and under control?
Thank you very much.