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Raised Cr 4.89, urea 206

Sick, movement very less, getting tired, breathing trouble, no appetite, less sleep, unable to walk for a long stretch. does she require immediate dialysis? or can go with medicine.

Urinary tract

I have kidney stone 4 mm.I am suffering with burning pain while urination .one month back I consult doctor at yashoda hospital malakpeta.but no relief.. What should I do.kindly help me

Kidney stone

A stone in left kidney measures about 8mm . I am teke homeopathy treatment but not relief Give me advice

Blood Creatinine 6.4

Attached is the blood report of my mother. Will she be fine with proper medication. What diet should she take? She is overweight too. This report indicates effect on one kidney or both.

Creatine 5.17,acute pain

My father's creatine level is 5.17. He is diabetic n high bp patient. He is suffering from acute body pain and swelling in feets n hands. We can't afford dialysis. Can it be treated by medicine only.Kindly help us.

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