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I had my blood tests four days ago, and all levels are withing the normal parameters, except the Creatinine Levels which is 1.58. The BUN level is 25.11. I have normal LIPID PROFILE, normal URINE ANALYSIS, normal HEMATOLOGY, and a PSA of 1.250.
My blood pressure is 96/57 with a pulse of 67 and my Glucose level is 107.60.
There is any way I could lower my creatinine and BUN levels?
I have several simple cysts in my kidneys.
Your comments will be greatly appreciated.
The creatinine and the urea levels are just slightly elevated and may be considered to be within the normal range as well (depending on the test). These may not specifically indicate abnormalities/ renal issues. However you may consider discussing the situation in detail with your treating nephrologist.
Hope this is helpful.
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