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Had jaundice, taking erythropoetin injections, no renal failure. Creatinine level fluctuating. Concern?

my age is 40,male,diabetic.recently effected by jaundice . creatinine was 9mg/dl.I am on medication.weekly two Erythropocitin injection,daily 1 nephrocap,1gemcal,1 lasix and1livogen.No rinal failure.within 20 days of medication the creatine fluctuated as follows 9,--6.9,--7.6,--7.8,-- and now it is 10mg/ and tell is it a matter of consern or will it be alright within a period of time?my doctor is a famous physician so there is nothing to worry.he smiles and says its O.K.I am puzzled
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Dear Friend
Welcome to HCM.
This is a matter of great concern.
I would advice you to get it evaluated.
We need to first see that you are suffering from Acute or Chronic Kidney disease and what is the cause.
I advice you following:
1. Hemogram
2. Kidney and Liver Function Test
3. Ultrasound whole abdomen
4. Urine routine and microscopy.
5. Fasting blood sugar.
6. Serum Calcium and phosphorus.

I would advice you not to take any medication without prior consulting your doctor.
Stay Healthy.
Answered: Fri, 30 May 2014
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