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Has creatinine and urea level abnormal. Take Peepal juice?

sir my mother has cretenine 10 and urea is 130 so does ayurved can bring the cretenine level down right now she is taking ayurvedic medicine ofa baba ramdev vrikkdoshar kwatt and sarvkalp kwatt in the morning and in the evenine vrikkdoshar vati, chandra prabha vati, gokhuradi guggul and punarnavadi mandoor after taking meal . we are also taking peepal juice in the morning and in the evenig but still recovery is not ther sir please help us sir my mail address is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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A high creatinine or urea level indicates problem with your mother's kidney. She needs to be completely evaluated by a urologist. She might have to undergo a urine examination and X ray KUB of the kineys to find out the cause. Most likely causes of raised creatinine are stones, high blood pressure and diabetes which can cause damage to the kidneys. Take her to a urologist for treatment.
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