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Hi. Got called by my doctor to make an appointment to see her as my 2 monthly blood tests showed an elevated lymphocytes and low urea. I have Crohn's ?

Hi. Got called by my doctor to make an appointment to see her 
as my 2 monthly blood tests showed an elevated lymphocytes and low urea. I have Crohn's ?

The first questions: Are what is the total wbc? Is the lymph percentage high?, or the total number? The most likely answer is a relative decrease in neuts related to your crohn's drugs. ...Read more

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Could it be inattentive adhd? I've gone to two different doctors about excessive fatique. I'm a college student, and i sleep twice as much as all of my friends. Some of them call me narcoleptic, although i know i'm not. The first doctor ran blood tests to

Could it be inattentive adhd? I've gone to two different doctors about excessive fatique. I'm a college student, and i sleep twice as much as all of my friends. Some of them call me narcoleptic, although i know i'm not. The first doctor ran blood tests to

Unlikely: Inattentive adhd doesn't make you sleep more, and it's not something you "catch" in college. Unproductive sleep and chronic fatigue can cause forgetfulness and other symptoms that look like inattentive adhd. Try an allergist or endocrine specialist. Something clearly is not working right with your body. ...Read more

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I am a 43 years old man .My problem is since last 5years my blood creatinine level is 1.5 to1.7 but my urea level is absolutely normal.

Creatinine and urea: Your creatinine level is a function of your age, weight, race and sex. You may have good renal function if you are a muscular male african-american. Your BUN is based on your protein intake and your state of hydration. See a nephrologist to have a 24 hour urine collection done for a creatrinine clearance and protein determination to see what your kidney function really is. ...Read more

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What medicine should be taken for high blood urea?

Find cause: Treat the patient, not the number. High BUN can be due to something as simple as eating a steak dinner & then running a marathon & getting dehydrated. This is good for you & need not be treated. Or it can be the sign of kidney disease, which should be treated; there are a lot of them & you need to find which one. ...Read more

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What to do if I have blood urea 56, is it a very serious situation?

What to do if I have blood urea 56, is it a very serious situation?

Depends: It all depends on what else is going on. This value is suggesting a mild to moderate degree of renal failure that may be due to dehydration or gastrointestinal bleed as some of the most common causes. Previous values may suggest a degree of chronicity. ...Read more

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Causes of low blood urea I.e. 9 and what are its impacts on body..??

Causes of low blood urea I.e. 9 and what are its impacts on body..??

Good kidneys: There is no need for concern due to low blood urea. as long as you are not emaciated or undernourished. ...Read more

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Pls inform how can be blood urea be improved by medicine if its elevated.

Drink more water: Eat less protein, drink more water, so that the urea nitrogen is excreted through the kidney. ...Read more

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What can I do for high blood urea?

High BUN: You need to have more than a blood urea nitrogen (BUN) value to determine you have chronic kidney disease. You also need a creatinine (c) level, at the very least. Your BUN level is a reflection of your protein intake and your state of dehydration. If you ratio of BUN to c is > 20:1, you may have been dehydrated. Ask your doctor for more information. ...Read more