A 17-year-old male asked:
Does a slightly low potassium and calcium blood level indicate kidney failure?
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Pharmacology 42 years experience
Not necessarily: Not necessarily, best to follow up. Sometimes corrected with diet and supplements. Slight fluctuations do not indicate failure, but more the need for monitoring and correction.
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