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Causes for renal failure - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   my mother is facing kidney problem
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   carry on
User :   shes right kidney is only 16% working.we consulted at banglore. but they said dat their is no treatment. only we must have 2 remove dat kidney.
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   What is the cause of renal failure
User :   thay dont told dat
Doctor :   Is she diabetic
User :   no
User :   may i know the reason for renal failure.
Doctor :   There are multiple reasons
Doctor :   I cant suggest you with out the cause at this stage
Doctor :   and at this endstage renail failure
Doctor :   How is the function o fthe other kidney
User :   another kidney is working 86%. is their any another tretment rather dan surgery.
Doctor :   The failure organ should be removed when it is not working because it uses
Doctor :   most of the metabolism
Doctor :   the kidney uses lot of blood for the functioning and when it is not functioning
Doctor :   Its better be removed
User :   but it is working 16% doctor
Doctor :   SO i would go with the decison of the surgeon
User :   thank u doctor.
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