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Suffering from 40% kidney damage. Is it curable damage ?

Hi , My wife age 22 has consulted a Neprologist and undergone Biopsy. Report says 40% of kidney damage. Her BP often gets above normal range and she encounters serious back pain . This is the first week of prescription and she is having Shelcal and Waysolone 20 mg thrice a day. Her creatine level is fluctuting between 2.1 to 2.4. Doc says lets wait and watch and can not conclude weather it s a permanant damage or curable. Also, she had to terminate her pregnancy a few weeks ago for the above reason.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Apr 2011
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Dear,thanks for posting query.Your doctor might be suspecting some temporary effect on kidney which can be taken care of wysolone that he is giving.The line of treatment that he has taken is fine,please do as advised and strictly follow dietary advise also.In young age kidney damage can lead to problems in future.So keep a close watch.Please avoid pregnancy till things settle down.all the best and take care.
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