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Tests for acute renal failure, cause for psoriasis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
User :   Hello. What kind of blood tests would you recommend to check for acute renal failure and it being a possible precursor to psoriasis?
User :   All vitamin D3 types? and what else?
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User :   28 male
User :   I haven't had psoriasis my entire life until i started abusing legal MDMA analogues for a year now
Doctor :  
for acute renal faliure,you have togo for creatinine, blood urea test
User :   over the course of the past 6 months it started to appear all over
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User :   it must be something systemic.... yes... creatinine too.
Doctor :  
psoriasis can be caused by stress,
User :   if the tests show possible renal failure, what supplements would improve kidney health?
User :   yes, the grey area of that is cortisone. some sources believe cortisone helps improve psoriasis while some say the opposite
Doctor :  
drink lot of water, avoid lot protien diet
User :   oops i meant cortisol
Doctor :  
yes, steroid topically and systemic will help

Doctor :  
you can use steroid sparing drugs also
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