Incresing creatinine
My husband having urea in blood resulting 70 & creatinine 3.....how can he overcome it?...he also have diabetic nephropathy.
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Dr. Lalitha Shivaprakash
Diabetologist 18 yrs exp Bangalore
diabetic nehropathy is a complication of long standing diabetes. it is accelerated with poor control of diabetes, uncontrolled blood pressure, any use of nephro toxic drugs like NSAID s. So keep all these factor s under control,  meet the nephrologist for advice and to check for any reversible causes that could have worsened the nehropathy.
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