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What are the reasons why I get infections in my vaginal area so easily? A doctor tld my husband he has too much keratin in his sperm. Is that true?
Depends: Never heard the keratin response. You first need to determine what type of infection--this can be done by your health care provider. If yeast, is he circumcised? If BV (very common) talk about prevention techniques. If sexually transmitted disease--frank discussion with your partner and treatment of all partners. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Kidney function: Creatinine , not keratin, is a substance excreted by the kidney.High levels in blood may indicate decreased kidney function. Usually creatinine level is plugged in a formula , to calculate the kidney function. If the kidney function is less than 10-25%, usually dialysis is planned. If the creatinine rises from 0 .8 to 1.6, it means 50% decline in kidney function. ...Read more
See below: You probably mean creatinine in urine. Creatinine is a substance which is checked in the blood to measure kidney function. It is present in the urine normally also, and can help to accurately determine kidney function. ...Read more
Keratinized tissue: Most dentists talk about keratinized tissue as the tissue that helps protect your teeth. A thicker zone or width of keratinized tissue, makes the tissues more stable to avoid trauma or inflammation! thin zones, of this type of tissue, will result in recession and bone loss with trauma or inflammation! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer