Please help me and give me nice and good explaination and what will happen and treatment will i do..
My Wife today Nov. 9, 2008 we go to hospital in laboratory for creatinine test and the result is 1200 umol/L beyond in the normal level this is the 3 times for the week testing the creatinine. Since november 3. the first is 1395 umol/L then the doctor said to my wife that she should undergo to dialysis and we do it then in the second test of creatinine the result is 1095 umol/L much lower in the first then last thursday November 6 she get the 2nd dialysis again and the test of creatinine is today and the result is that 1200 umol/L.
Please help what will happen to my wife?
- If the creatinine did'nt get down or lower to the normal level?
- i'm so afraid now because she always ask me if she will die?
Please and hoping you can give me nice and good and treatment for my wife problem.
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