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Creatinine levels and kidney functions - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello doctor
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   my creatinine level is 3.9 last month
User :   it was from one year
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have any health problems?
User :   can i reduce my creatinine level to normal
Doctor :   do you have any health problems?
User :   when completing motion bleeding is going. but no pain in the hole
Doctor :   why did you get the serum creatinine done?
User :   doctors told i am having CKD Anaemia - Stage III to IV
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   creatinine of 3.9 is gharmful for the kidneys
Doctor :   are you taking any medication?
User :   yes.
Doctor :   ok
User :   Shelcal, Becoluse-Z, Folid, Pantocid
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   what was the original complaint?
User :   Anaemia
User :   now it is ok. HB is 13 gms
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did you get a complete urine examination done?
User :   last year it was 4 gms
Doctor :   ok
User :   doctor's haven't told to chekup urine
User :   now is it any danger if i take raw food, i.e., uncooked vegetables
Doctor :   i suggest that you take a complete urine examination done
User :   plz tell that whether i take raw food or not
Doctor :   you can take raw foods
User :   i am practicing Pranayama, yoga etc., that's why i am asking about raw food
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   what other complaints are you having?
User :   when i went for dietician they told not to take uncooked vegetables
Doctor :   how is your urine output?
User :   it is pale yellow, no pain and it is easy.
User :   i am taking 4 to 5 litres of water. is it good for me.
Doctor :   you may need to get yourself evaluated further
Doctor :   by getting your GFR and creatinine clearance tests done
User :   GFR lets to what test uring or blood
Doctor :   urine
User :   i need clarification about eating raw food, drinking water upto 5 ltrs a day
Doctor :   also the underlying cause for kidney failure needs to be identified
User :   after drinking one ltr of water what time will healthy kidneys take to form uring
Doctor :   dont have added salts
Doctor :   how is your potassium level?
User :   it is normal
Doctor :   ok
User :   i am not exact but doctor told it is normal
Doctor :   then u can take the raw vegetables
Doctor :   take more proteins
User :   one thing i remember doctor told not take much calcium products such as bananas, milk product etc.,
Doctor :   egg protein or soy protein is best
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   they can be decreased
User :   last month when i eat lot of bananas the creatinine level was 4.4 after a month i stopped eating it and now it is 3.9
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i suggest that you get yourself evaluated to find out the cause
Doctor :   and get the specific treatment
User :   these are all about me as i know.
User :   and finally i can ask (repeat) again one thing.
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   avoid the coconut
Doctor :   but get your potassium checked regularly
User :   i am following it. is it good for my kidneys.
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Please fill the feedback form say done when done
User :   thank u & done
User :   bye doctor
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   bbye
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