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High Creatin Level
Will high bloodsugar cause low creatin levels in urine? I had blood sugar levels of 300 and above and recently took a drug test that came back having low creatin levels.
Diluted urine: A low creatinine is not from elevated sugars, but from excessive water drinking, which is common in diabetics. It means you are drinking enough water to dilute your urine. It is not dangerous, but most drug tests will be considered "adulterated" - a failed test - if the creatinine is below 20. Get your diabetes under control asap. Continued high sugars are dangerous to your health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husbands creatin level has been extemely high the last 8 days while in the hosp. Been on a catheter, what does this mean? Level has been 2.76 approx
Kidney Failure: If this was not present previously, than the illnesses that he is having in the hospital are leading his kidneys to fail. This may be a reversible condition that will improve as the sickness subsides. ...Read more
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My grandson is 10 and blood pressure is at times 128 test for T3 (liothyronine) levels and creatin high. What could be the problem? His EKG is normal but cardio ardu
No: At your age, this is something i would watch, but it could be caused by you not drinking enough water before getting your blood drawn. If everything else looked good on your labs, then make sure you drink a glass or two of water before going to the lab next time and see if it goes down. ...Read more
Creatinine Levels: It means your kidneys are not working well. They are having a hard time to clean the blood of all the waste products they should excrete into the urine. This is very serious and i would hope that you are getting good medical attention to make sure the cause of the problem is identified and treatment instituted. ...Read more
Usually I do saturdays high level mountain bike with high ascendants...In the week three days of intensive gimn.I use creatine can be problematic?
Increased creatinine: Patients with dehydration can have an elevated creatinine (c) level. Usually, patients with dehydration also has an elevated sodium (na), chloride (cl) level and blood urea nitrogen (BUN) in their blood test results. A history of working in warm weather and not having enough oral intake of fluids can give a person elevated creatinine levels. Adequate fluid intake is needed to cure dehydration. ...Read more