Kidney Disease Treatment

Kidney disease can be caused by several factors such as low blood volume, renal vein blockage, taking of diuretic medications, kidney infections and stones. Kidney infections are treated at the earliest with antibiotics to curb the condition. Some of the basic symptoms of kidney diseases are pain in the lower abdomen and decrease in creatinine component in the urine.

Kidney disease can be caused by several factors such as low blood volume, renal vein blockage, taking of diuretic medications, kidney infections and stones. Kidney infections are treated at the earliest with antibiotics to curb the condition. Some of ... More

Health Q&A
Abdominal pain

Sir/ Madam I feel pain in right side of my lower abdomen and vomiting is also there.what can I do?can I take ondem for vomiting..plz suggest me..any thing serious... Thank you

Mod to severe kidney fail

She has hypertension on treatment with Tab olmezest 20 MG in morning and Tab Amlokind 5 mg in the night No DM, has hypothyroidism on eltroxin. Underwent spine surgery 1 year back and takes pain killers for back pain like diclofenac, Paracetamol, Ezact Mr. Her kidney function is impaired as per the reports done last week. Her eGFR = 36 blood urea nitrogen =40.57 creatinine = 1.4 bun/sr creatinine ratio 28.98 Can she continue taking olmezest and amlodipine for her hypertension or does she need to shift to some other anti hypertensive? She has stopped taking pain killers now except for occasional Tramadol tabs. What can be done to improve her kidney functions. Kindly advise.

Increased level of Creati

My Mom's Creatinine level had a sudden rise. It went up to 6.1 on 27th of December. On 1st of December, it was 2.1. It was 2+ since 2015. She is suffering from Diabetes since last 20+ years. Report also shows that the Urine Pus Cell are 60-70 /HPF. Please let me know if her Kidneys are damaged or by any chance the increased level of Creatinine is because of some kind of infection. She didn't suffer from fever or pain. Urine output is also normal.

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

My mother is recently detected with blood Creatinine level 6.4. Will she be fine with proper medication? What are the consequences? What diet should she take? She is overweight too. What does this level mean.. Is her one kidney affected or both? Please help me with this. Thanks

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Is Kidney Damage Irreversible?

It is common belief that kidney diseases are irreversible and lead to permanent dialysis. However, this is not true. Most of the kidney diseases are treatable and many have a cure. Let’s focus on some importantissues which are neglected leading to kidney failure.Young ...

What Is Serum Creatinine ?

Creatinine is a small harmless protein that comes from the muscles. The only way it goes out of the body is via the kidneys into the urine. Normally it is present in a concentration of 0.5 to 1.2mg/dl in the blood (plasma). When the concentration of creatinine rises in the blood it means that ...

Be Water Wise for Healthy Kidneys

Keep your kidneys healthy by being “waterwise.” This means drinking the right amount of water for you. A common misconception is that everyone should drink eight glasses of water per day, but since everyone is different, daily water needs will vary by person. How much water you need is based ...

Some Devastating Statistics About Chronic Kidney Failure in India

Even as we speak chronic kidney failure is taking a huge  toll on  lakhs of families in India. This is unfortunate because kidney failure is the easiest of all organ failures  to manage.  We have dialysis which can replace kidney function to a significant extent and kidney  is the easiest ...

Diabetic Kidney Disease - Your Awareness Guide

India is the capital of kidney diseases in the world. Commonest cause of kidney disease in India is diabetes mellitus (DM).There are two types of diabetes. Type 1 is Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM), which manifests in childhood and depends only on insulin administration ...

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