Serum creatinine is indicator of kidney function , The most common causes of longstanding (chronic) kidney disease in adults are
high blood pressure and diabetes.
Other causes of elevated blood creatinine levels are:
Serum creatinine can also transiently increase after ingestion of a large amount of dietary meat; thus, nutrition can sometimes play a role in creatinine measurement.
Kidney infections, rhabdomyolysis(abnormal muscle breakdown) and urinary tract obstruction may also elevate creatinine levels. Treating underlying cause is decreases levels of creatinine
nothing to worry for upper level of normal limits value... age also has influence on it... any associated symptoms consult physician...
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