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Treatment For High Creatinine Kinase
Not really: This is one of the glycogen storage diseases. Avoiding fasting and keeping food intake even, steady and moderate may make things easier. ...Read more
Clinical context: If you've had an injury to the muscle of your chest / thighs, you creatine kinase is likely to go way up -- even if it's just a deep muscle bruise. Your physician has ways of spotting heart damage which needs more aggressive treatment. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a blood value for creatinine kinase of 298 u/l. Is that unhealthy or is it normal when doing workouts a few times a week?
Yes: Creatine kinase is a muscle enzyme that is measured to assess heart damage (the mb isoenzyme form) or skeletal muscle damage (the mm isoenzyme). Creatinine is an endogenous peptide, present in everyone, that is cleared by the kidneys and is measured in clinical practice to estimate kidney function. ...Read more
Bun is 28, creatinine 1.16. Egfr 61. Healthy 35 yr old caucasian female. Only problem is benign fasciculations x1 year. Normal creat kinase. Why?
Stop worrying: I am going to assume that you feel well and are asking why your estimated GFR is lowish and your BUN a bit high. I like to eat protein and my BUN is always high. Are you athletic? When i was lifting daily my creatinine was 1.6-1.7; or a Motrin tablet or minimal kidney disease may be raising yours. I suggest repeat in a year and stop fretting over a number in the meantime. ...Read more
Muscle damage: Damage to muscle (including heart)tissue, causes the release of creatinine kinase into the blood stream. The damaged muscle is weaker as a result. The creatinine kinase (CPK) levels are increased in a heart attack, muscle injury/inflammation, or due to taking statin medications. Talk to your doctor for clarification. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi i had a blood test done and my creatinine kinase was at 235grams/litre and albumin 54grams/litre. nil heart ischema. curious to other probabilit?
Collar bone pain, swelling. X-ray, CT scan nl. Labs for sed rate, cpk, creatinine kinase, CBC all nl. Pcp, pain dr stumped. Any ideas or suggestions?
Do you lift weights?: If you lift weights (benchpress), that might be the culprit. The muscles and ligaments that attach to the collarbone are shown in the diagram. If your pain is at one of these places, you likely have a strain from lifting. If you've fallen on your outstretched arm, the same thing can happen. Also, ask your doctor about osteonecrosis (dying bone due to lack of blood supply). Hope that helps! ...Read more
Treat the cause: Kidney disease is the most likely cause of high creatinine. Treating obstruction of the urinary tract, infection of the kidneys and possible drug damage or autoimmune diseases like lupus need to be considered before committing to life long dialysis. A discussion with your doctor is needed. You need to be certain that you need dialysis in order to tolerate the life style changes coming to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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