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Suffering from hypertension, no proper functioning of kidneys. Was prescribed haemodialysis. Is going for transplant correct?

hi i am having hypertension since 2 years and got to know that my both kidneys are not functioning properly. my creatinine has reached 10. doctor prescribed me hemeodialysis 3 in a week. also prescribed me cuto forte, metpure4 am 5, sybosis, lanum, epofit 4000. also doctor told me to go for transplant. is this treatment is correct?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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As your both kidney are not properly functioning and your creatinine level is 10 . it is too high than the normal.
As your doctor prescribe the medicine you should continue it.
As advised by your doctor haemdialysis and kidney transplant , as ithink it is right but i will advise you before haemodialysis and transplant planning you should consult to a Urologist and take the opinion.
take care
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