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Low creatinine level - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi
User :   My brother is having his creatinine level abnormal
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   What is the level?
Doctor :   What is your brother's age?
Doctor :   what health problem is he having now?
User :   it was first noticed three months ago as alevel of 2.4
Doctor :   Ok
User :   then medications were started and it started fluctuating
User :   like it dropped to 1.8
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   What was the diagnosis made and what is his age?
User :   when his blood result was taken yesterday it showed up 1.6
User :   23
User :   his age is 23
Doctor :   ok
User :   we consulted with many doctors
User :   all are advising to take a biopsy
Doctor :   What symptoms does he have?
User :   actually there are symptoms now
Doctor :   Why was his creatinine level monitored?
User :   sorry no symptoms now
User :   since two years he had urinary infection twice
Doctor :   Ok
User :   like he has fever with shivering and all
User :   it happened in last August also
User :   then his cretinine level was monitored
Doctor :   Was an Ultrasound done? What are the Ultrasound findings?
Doctor :   Especially of the kidney.
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