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Bun Test Numbers 26
Bun 6, alkaline phosphatase 135, B12 >1000, folate 19.5, ALT 80, 6 mos after a "false positive" hep c test. Are these numbers bad? Or normal?
High ALT: Any licensed physician can work up an elevated alt / sgpt. It is essential to rule out hepatitis b, hepatitis c, wilson's, and hemochromatosis. All are treatable diseases that are likely to kill you if missed. You may never find the cause of the high alt -- it can be something as simple as taking a lot of Motrin or not exercising. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Different things: Glucose high mean high blood sugar depend on if it was fasting or not or how high it could mean you might be diabetic bun and creatinine are the kidney blood test if they are abnormal either you are dehydrated or you could be having kidney problem the combination of all together if you are diabetic and you are having kidney problem could be a red flag for something serious check with your doctor. ...Read more
Bun creatinine ratio 41 but both the bun(24) and creatinine (.59)numbers are normal. What are the implications?
Mild dehydration: Typically means you may be a little dehydrated. It doesn't point toward kidney disease usually ...Read more
Would getting a UTI cause the kidney numbers like egfr, bun, and creatinine to change for the worse?
UTI and EGFR: Normally, uti's have no effect on gfr. If you have some obstrction (o) in your urinary outflow tract, your GFR can decrease until the o is resolved. What was the time interval between your GFR readings? Call you doctor and get his advice or see a nephrologist for another opinion. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My ca 26.29 is at 46.3, my bun ratio is 22.9 and my homocysteine is 15.6. These are the only high results on blood test. Are they related in any way?
Talk with your doc: Please ask your doctor to explain to you what they all mean --. ...Read more
Blood Urea Nitrogen: It is a test which identifies the breakdown products of urea in your blood. Urea is itself a breakdown product of proteins so that the BUN is an indirect measure of protein metabolism. BUN is elevated in kidney dysfunction, fever, increased catabolism, high protein diet and intestinal bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
BUN of 9: Your BUN of 9 is normal and it is also a reflection of your protein intake. Your serum creatinine is a much better guide to help assess your kidney function. If it is not elevated, you probably have reasonable kidney function. Serum creatinine is dependent on age, muscle mass, sex and race. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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