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My creatinine rose from 2.38 to 4.68 in 1 year in spite of following prescribed diet and medicine. Is there any medicine to stop increase?
Rising creatinine: You are obviously being followed by a physician. Ask that physician what is the cause of your chronic kidney disease. If you are a male and develop some prostatic enlargement, you may have some increase of your creatinine(c) level distinct from the disease affecting your kidney. A nephrologist can see if there is any reversible cause for your increased c, such as the use of advil-like drugs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A pleasant respite: Some people find that rose water makes their skin and hair feel nice. The scent is refreshing and as such enhances a sense of well-being. Like humor & happiness this indirect effect enhances immune function. The plant is non-toxic. ...Read more
Unsure: It's not clear from your question what you're asking. If your doctor did an oral iron challenge test (predose iron level and post dose iron level 60 minutes later) then the increase to 48 is inadequate. If the second is just a random level drawn without consideration of the time since the previous dose, then it's of no value. As you have a doctor treating your son, best to put the question there! ...Read more
I have had 3 negative ovulation tests in a row and then on day 3 my temp rose. Could I have ovulated?
Possibly so: An appropriate rise in basal body temperature is consistent with ovulation, which may have occurred later than anticipated, hence the negative ovulation tests. Having unprotected intercourse once every other day starting after menses end is associated with the highest likelihood of achieving pregnancy. ...Read more
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