Renal failure

What is Renal failure?

Renal failure also called renal insufficiency is the inability of the kidneys to perform its normal functions of excreting waste products from the body. There are many causes of renal failure:Diabetes,uncontrolled hypertension are most common causes.

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My daughter is 40 years old took her to the ER ,she was diagnosed with C-diff .they did blood work and said her creatine level was 5.7 they gave...

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Wait for biopsy report and future course will be decided based on biopsy report. According to the history probably her condition is temporary and...

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my mum has end stage renal failure i dont have her exact test results but she has been in hospital 3 times this years with severe confusion and now...

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Hello and welcome to HCM.
As an Urologist, i must advise you , not to despair.
Her future lifespan depends on her general condition and kidney...

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have stage 5 renal failure. Can I take Neurontin and or gabapentin be taken for...

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Brief Answer:
Gabapentin and renal failure

Detailed Answer:
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