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28 years old man suffering from neuropathology.

Dear Sir, I am suffering IGA neuropathology . My creatine level is 2.00mg. Is it a critical stage? kindly answer my question.
Asked On : Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
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A normal value is 0.8 to 1.4 mg/..yes this is high,,please visit nephrologist it can be diagnoised by kidney biopsy only ... renal diet like low protein, low potassium, low sodium, low phosphorus, high calories is not required until IgAN has progressed to advanced renal failure.please consult your doctor...
take care
payal
Answered: Wed, 12 Oct 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Akshith's  Response
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The higher range of normal creatinine level is 1.5 so 2.0 is high but not critical stage considering you have been diagnosed with iga nephropathy it is better you consult your nephrologist for the same to advise further management
Answered: Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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