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Acute renal failure, dizziness. Ultrasound scheduled. Treatment options?

I saw my Dr on Wed of this week after labs and he told me I have acute renal failure . I am scheduled for an ultra sound on Thur of next week and a follow up visit with my Dr the following Wed to discuss the ultrasound . I am sick and dizzy. I work on my feet all day and can barely function. No initial treatment was discussed. I am scared of walking around and working like this. Is this normal? My numbers were 36 and 1.77
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Really surprised to know that you are in acute renal failure and got the appointment for ultrasound scan after a week.because acute renal failure is a serios in nature and pt has to be admitted in hospital and treated as a emergency.Acute renal failure is a condition in which patient does not pass more than 50 ml of urine in 24 hours and serum Creatinine level is raised above more than 10 mg%.which gives rise to vomiting Pl co relate do you have these symptoms.If you do not have these symptoms it may be a chronic renal failure.Pl check your blood for Blood Urea and serum Creatinine levels and consult Nephrologist to confirm the diagnosis.and further treatment.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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