How to reduce Creatinine levels?
Hi,my mother s blood creatinine level was diagnosed as high 2months back(around 3) and she has been on medication and a strict diet since.We have been monitoring the levels since and it came down to 1.9 but last week was around 2.3. Please can you let me know how to control it and get reduced to...
Is high creatinine normal for diabetics?
My mother in law has diabetes and was admitted to the hospital today with an extremely high creatinine level and pneumonia. However, once she was admitted the ER doc said he saw a spot on her lung that was just water . Isn t that what pneumonia is and is high creatinine normal for diabetics?
High serum creatinine level. History of kidney problem. Suggest medicine
Sir, my son aged 22 years is suffering from kidney problem since December 2012. His Serum creatinine was suddently checked on 28th of November 2012 and was found to be 20+. He was got admitted in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, new Delhi where he was admitted for 6 days. Since then he is taking regular...
26 yr old female with corticomedullary echogenicity with raised creatinine upto 4
Wht r chances of recovery? how long Rx?
Hello.¿Are you diabetic?.Vision problems, hypertension and kidney failure
(creatinine increased and echogenicity corticomedullary)is characteristic of diabetes.It is possible to improve vision with surgery.About kidney failure if creatinine levels continue increasing would be necessary dialysis.
I wish you good health.
i have creatinine level of 4.
i was recomended
as medine. are theyright for me.. or i have to use any other
The medicine prescribed are pretty fine (some of them are for high cholesterol in blood), you need to be advise to have less protein and fat in diet. Have you urine reports done every 2 months atleast if possible having it ever month is ok.
Hope it helps.
i went to my doctors with symptoms urinating alot&weight gain he done blood test4 HbA1c level im not diabetic results clear but im still havin the symptoms&more
I hope your query is not truncated. If it is you can use Ask a Doctor - our premium forum. Increased urination may be related to genitourinary infection. Worthwhile to check your urine and blood creatinine levels.
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