Hi,my mother s blood creatinine level was diagnosed as high 2months back(around 3) and she has been ... week was around 2.3. Please can you let me know how to control it and get reduced to normal level. We ...
/ muces). And Urea is 182 and creatine is 9.6. Now we have completed 7 times dialysis. The Blood Hb is 5 during admission and given 4 units blood after that it is 13.6. What are the food controls to reduceurea ...
hi, my husband is having Serun creatinine level as 8.1 now and Urea as 133 reat sodium ,potasium ... is there any way to reduce this Creatinine level without going for Dialysis and Transplantation what needs ...
Hi sir, Good afternoo, I have Blood sugar since 4 years, My age is 31 Years.I recently get blood pressure .Iam taking tratment for the both.But nw i had a random check of Urea & Crieatenin also , where ...
& 8 th April 2012to bring down the urea and creatinine and to drain out the body fulid. Doctors ... for prolonged period...1st with depomedrol Inj 160 mg a week which was then reduced to 10 mg wysolon per day ...
how to reduce by medicine ur urea level in blood and crestnine which is in range of 49.5 and 2 respectively
having high bp 150 snd 80
sugar is now normal
No that is not the case the underlying cause is matter and that should be treated which is responsible for urea and creatinine value high
can creatinine 2.6 reduce to normal level & save kidney?how much percentage renal damage ? can repair?
some damage to kidney has occured. if it is acute in nature due to due to offending factors it can revert to normal but if it is chronic it is unlikely to revert but you need to check it to prevent further damage. The offending causes are diabeiies, high blood pressure or chronic infection or any autoimmune disorder in the body. Please be under proper supervision.
My creatinine levels was 1.24 on my last labs is that high enough to worry about
I don't think this is higher than the upper limit. This is not high enough o worry about. What are the other reports particularly the urea report?
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