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Diabetes, high blood pressure, high serum creatinine level. Advice?

I am on diabetic and high bp treatment. Recently in my blood examination, it was found that my serum creatinine level has gone up to the level of 2.0. I am taking following medicines. 1. glymer 2mg twice daily 2. glycephase 500 twice daily 3. amlodipine 5mg twice daily 4. telma h 40 once daily 5. telma 40 once daily 6. ecosprin 75 once daily 7. storwas 10 once daily. PRESENTLY MY BP AND BLOOD-SUGAR LEVEL IS VERY MUCH UNDER CONTROL. MY ULTRA-SOUND REPORT WRT MY KIDNEY AND PROSTRATE IS ALSO NORMAL. please advice me.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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hi gothi, you need to consult a nephrologist for this. you may have to change some of your medications. the nephrologist will also advice further tests, including 24 hour urine protein to see if your kidney is leaking proteins etc. good control of diabetes and BP can protect your kidneys for longer time. be on regular follow up. take care.
Answered: Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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