Creatinine 140,Urea Nitrogen 6.8 does that Means I Have Kidney Problems2015-11-13 14:02
Q: I am a 51 years old male, my serum creatinine level fluctuate from 130-145 in the past decade, and the urea nitrogen is less than 4.5 but now it is over 6.8. I have no other symptoms , am i got problems in kidney ?
A: hello, sir, glad to help you. According to your describe, you are now possibly in the early stage of Chronic Kidney Disease, even you have no other symptoms. That is because our kidneys have strong compensatory function, only if the the GFR down to 50, those complications will occurred.
You know, factors like strenuous exercise or eat a large amounts of foods with high protein in a short time, or fever or cold, may increase the creatinine level in the blood. But according to your condition, the high creatinine level is impossible induced by those factors. So the advice is you should go to see your doctor and do the test again to make further diagnosis. Do not ignore it, if you can get proper treatment in time, you may get a chance to reverse it. If not, the disease may goes worse and more complex to cure.
Besides treatment, a fit diet also can help you to live better. If you need any help in lowering the high creatinine level or treating kidney disease, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you.
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