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Blood urea nitrogen came low than normal
Hello doctors, My wife taken kidney profile tests. Everything came with in range. But, BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) came low (5.9) than normal (7-25). Please suggest, how to improve the count. Is it normal to have low range. Attached is the copy of the test. Thanks in advance,
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Pl don't post incomplete history of the patient.It will not help any one. So please keep in contact at nearby doctor or may contact through Google for online treatment or Practo for appointment.
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Normal. dont worry.
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Hello Yeh it comes some time below the normal range But dont take tension
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but I wanted to know that why you done this report is any complaints to her
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tell me your problem which I can help you with homeopathy which gives you completely cure
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Its normal. We are concerned only if bun is increased which indicate kidney damage
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share lft report and take consultation with me for further management
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Lower values are normal,no need to worry.
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