Obviously I have a lot of relatively harmless defects. Renal glycosuria sounds like a winner. I am a little concerned about this:

In most affected individuals, no treatment is required. However, some individuals with renal glycosuria may develop diabetes mellitus. (For further information, please see the "Related Disorders" section above.. Therefore, appropriate testing should be conducted to rule out diabetes and to regularly monitor those with confirmed renal glycosuria.

The problem is that doctors always look at A1C to tell if you have DM, but the renal glycosuria prevents a positive A1C! The two conditions could be unrelated, but having one prevents diagnosis of the other.