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My son having foamy urine
On the test of KFT&Renal profile Cretinine 0.80,Urea 39.20,BUN18.3,Uric acid6.20,Calcium10.00,Phosphorus 4.90,Sodium 139,Potassium 6.1 & Chloride 96.Is it will affect Kidney? Please.advise
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Get vitamin d3 levels done. There is only mild increase in potassium levels. if d3 levels are normal then we can plant to repeat the the phosphorus levels after 2 weeks.
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Please consult physician or nephrologist for high potassium.
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