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Both the kidney size contracted and increased creatinine

my name is bishnu kheriwal live in west bengal india 24year male , i have kidney problem ,both kidney size contracted and serum urem urea and creatinine increase so i want your help to improve the size and blood patho test report s.urea -approx.100 creatinie-4.00 left kidney size-3.00c.m right kidney size- 9.01 c.m according to 30 may blood test report and u.s.d. report i want your group[ kind attention and diet consultation and homeo medicine prescription
Asked On : Mon, 2 May 2011
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Hello friend.
Raised blood urea level and serum creatinine, alonge with u.s.g. report suggestive of contracted kidney shows that you are suffering from chronic renal failure. And for this condition you should consult nephrologist as early as you can.
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