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Blood report shows creatinine and urea. Meaning? Have they decreased?

my blood report shows cretinine 1.2 and urea is 31 since a long time I am kidney stone patient since last two years my cretinine level is between 1.1 to 1.3 presently it is 1.2 two month ago a stone has been removed by cystoscopy and letheolepexy and now there is no stone and no other complain but my question is that whether it is possible the cretinine level lower down?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You had a kidney stone which has been treated successfully by endoscopic procedure.You are worried about your blood urea being 34 mg and Creatinine at 1.2 mg level. I would like to state that these levels are in a range of physiological standard levels,So do not worry about it.Since you had a kidney stone you are vulnerable to have reccurance of stone so drink more water and avoid urinary tract infection which is predisposing to formation of stones.
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