Hi there, thanks for writing in. Sorry for delayed response. I am a medical specialist with an additional degree in cardiology. Before anything is done you ought to be treated for high K levels which are touching danger mark. With the available data you have acute on chronic or acute renal insufficiency
. These will have to be differentiated by further biochemical tests and measuring the size of your kidney
. As I said and now repeat that please go and see a doctor so that your hyperkalemia
(increased K) is taken care of rest of things can follow.
With Best Wishes
Dr Anil Grover,
Medical Specialist & Cardiologist
M.B.;B.S, M.D. (Internal Medicine) D.M.(Cardiology)