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What Should I Do with Blood Urea 30 in Hypertensive Nephropathy

What Should I Do with Blood Urea 30 in Hypertensive NephropathyQ: I am 54 years old female, and I have the problem of high blood pressure for many years. Recently, I get my blood test, and it shows my blood urea level is 30. And the doctor told me the urea level is higher than the normal level. What should I do with this condition?...

Chinese Rhubarb is Good for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)

Chinese Rhubarb is Good for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)...

Relations Between Raised Creatinine and Urea Nitrogen Levels and Kidney Disease

Relations Between Raised Creatinine and Urea Nitrogen Levels and Kidney Disease...

Creatinine 5.9 and BUN 57: What Should I Do

Creatinine 5.9 and BUN 57: What Should I DoI have kidney disease. I get my recent blood test recently, the report said that my creatinine level is 5.9 and my BUN level is 57, is it serious? What should I do in this condition?...

How to Reduce Creatinine 4.6 and BUN 60 with IgA Nephropathy

How to Reduce Creatinine 4.6 and BUN 60 with IgA NephropathyCreatinine and BUN are wastes that is discharged by kidneys. When your kidney function is affected by IgA Nephropathy, creatinine level and BUN increases. How to reduce creatinine 4.6 and BUN 60 with IgA Nephropathy? What is the source of c...

How to Lower BUN 79 and Creatinine 2.7

How to Lower BUN 79 and Creatinine 2.7The normal range of blood urea nitrogen in blood is 5 to 20 mg/dL. And normal creatinine level ranges from 0.5 to 1.2. Maybe in different districts, the data change in a small scales. From the data we can see that BUN 79 and creatinine 2.7...

What Foods can Reduce High Blood Urea

What Foods can Reduce High Blood UreaBlood ures is often regarded as a indicator of severe kidney damage, and the elevated high blood urea level means there are less than 50% kidney function. In this condition, patients need to have certain treatment to remedy their kidney dis...

High Blood Urea Nitrogen and Chronic Kidney Disease

High Blood Urea Nitrogen and Chronic Kidney DiseaseBlood ures nitrogen is called as BUN, is the end waste product of protein metabolism in body and it is mainly produced by kidneys. High blood urea nitrogen is a common symptoms for people with chronic kidney disease (CKD). When the kidneys...

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