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Taking medication for hypertension and diabetes. High creatinine levels. How to reduce it?

Hi sir, Good afternoo, I have Blood sugar since 4 years, My age is 31 Years.I recently get blood pressure .Iam taking tratment for the both.But nw i had a random check of Urea & Crieatenin also , where Creatnine it is showing 4.0 ..Kindly help mw how to over cum this problem.Iam afried of the same...Pls doctor...Pls..There will be a chance to cure ?,to less my creatnine levels.I consulted doctor @ my home town & Taking medicine,he sugested me to leave Non-Veg & Fruits. Regards Kumar
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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Hi, Veerun,
Thanks for query.
As you are having high blood pressure and diabetes.
It seems that due to these two problem your kidney might have affected.
Consult Nephrologist and get all investigations done for exact cause of raised S. Creatinine.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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