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Doctor insights on: Likely Cause Of High Creatinine In Blood Of Teenager

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What would cause a teenager to have high co2 results in blood work?

What would cause a teenager to have high co2 results in blood work?

Hypercapnea: There are multiple reasons why a person may have high co2 in a venous sample. The must common cause would be dehydration. But, once he is well hydrated, if the bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) remains high, the patient needs a work up for it since there are other metabolic diseases associated with an abnormal bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) that need to be address. The list is too long to be answer in this format. ...Read more

Dr. Madhu Kandarpa
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Creatinine (Definition)

Creatinine is a byproduct of creatine phosphate, which is present in muscles. Creatinine levels increase if the ...Read more


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What are the causes of high reading of creatinine in the urine [not blood]?

What are the causes of high reading of creatinine in the urine [not blood]?

A lot of factors: Your kidney function and its filtration rate, what you eat, age, the amount of your muscle mass, liver function, the rate of cell breakdown in your body (catabolism) are some factors that will influence how much creatinine you pee out in the urine. ...Read more

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Bun creatinine high in fasting blood work. What are the causes?

BUN and creatinine: If you have high BUN and creatinine levels, you may be dehydrated or you may have chronic kidney disease. Ask the physician who ordered the blood test for an opinion as to the cause of the high levels in the blood. The physician knows the patient best and can give a more meaningful answer to your question. Good luck. ...Read more

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Hello. My dad did blood and urine tests: the creatinine is 0.9mg/dl and the microalbumin is 586 mg/l. What are the causes for this high result? Thanks

Need evaluation: The creatinine level is normal; however, the amount of Albumin in urine is elevated and needs to be investigated. Diabetes is the commonest cause, but other kidney diseases can also result in loss of Albumin in the urine. It would good to talk to his doctor. See this site for more info on this subject. http://www.kidney.org/atoz/content/albuminuria.cfm. ...Read more

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What could cause slightly elevated creatinine in a 24hr urine catch? My blood showed 0.8 creatinine, but the 24hr catch showed 129 creatinine clearanc

What could cause slightly elevated creatinine in a 24hr urine catch? My blood showed 0.8 creatinine, but the 24hr catch showed 129 creatinine clearanc

See below: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, your results are normal, including creatinine clearance. ...Read more

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Low aldosterone ~3, normal renin. Low Na, co2, high k in blood. Creatinine 1.4-2.2 in same week.Can type 4 RTA cause this fluctuation in diabetic ckd?

Low aldosterone ~3, normal renin. Low Na, co2, high k in blood. Creatinine 1.4-2.2 in same week.Can type 4 RTA cause this fluctuation in diabetic ckd?

Creat fluctuates: Many things cause Cr to go up or down. So need to answer these questions. 1.What meds r u taking? 2. Any imaging procedure with contrast? 3. recent dehydration? 4 recent illness" and many more. When you had gotten all this together consult with me and can probably help figure out what is going on. ...Read more

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Possible cause of high microalbumin/creatinine ratio, blood in urine (all other labs normal), pain in kidney area, and tingling/numb fingers and toes?

Possible cause of high microalbumin/creatinine ratio, blood in urine (all other labs normal), pain in kidney area, and tingling/numb fingers and toes?

That sounds like: Diabetes. The only detail that concerns me is the presence of blood in your urine. That can have a number of causes, but nephritis needs to be ruled out. Nevertheless the numbness and tingling in your hands and feet along with microalbuminuria suggest new diagnosis of diabetes that is not controlled. In any event you've got to get in to talk w/ your MD ASAP about all this determine a diagnosis. ...Read more

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What is considered high blood pressure in a teenager?

What is considered high blood pressure in a teenager?

Varies with age: The normal blood pressure for children increases as they grow older. Certainly any systolic blood pressure greater than 135 in a near adult would be worrisome and lower pressures in children who are younger. You can do a google search for "blood pressure tables for children". ...Read more

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Why is my blood pressure high as a teenager?

Why is my blood pressure high as a teenager?

Multiple causes: A number of conditions raise blood pressure in a teenager. Some well known causes are: hyperthroidism, coarctation of aorta, metabolic syndrome associated with obesity, vascular abnormality in kidneys, chronic renal diseases, and essential hypertension. Consultation with your primary care doctor is advised. ...Read more