Sir. U have not mentioned your current weight. You need to cut down on salty food items, maida and deep fried snacks. Belly fat is an indicator of viscera fat which must be reduced through diet and exercise. Include a tablespoon of flax seeds in your diet along with salads and sprouts. Kindly. Get yourself assessed by a dietitian of your area for personalised meal plan.
Fungus in sputum is matter of concern. It might be due to low immune status. So it should be addressed promptly by physician. The increase in creatinine level maybe due to antifungals or due to undetected ckd.
Uric acids are the metabolic product of the body which is obtained from protein metabolism. In a healthy body, renal system filters the uric acid from the blood. Uric acid is a waste material of the body and excreted via urine.
Uric acids are readily soluble in the blood. When uric acid production is increased in the blood, then kidney filter blood and excess amount of uric acids are found in urine, which increases the level of uric acid level in urine.
If the kidney is not functioning properly or in case of kidney failure uric acid level becomes low in urine and formed uric acid crystals.
The high level of uric acids in urine can be controlled by taking some dietary measures and some necessary medication may also help.
Individuals who currently take creatine and have kidney problems should discontinue use of creatine to prevent further kidney damage.
Polycystic kidney disease (pkd) is an inherited kidney disorder. It causes fluid-filled cysts to form in the kidneys. Pkd may impair kidney function and eventually cause kidney failure. Since it is an inherited ailment so a review of your family history is required.
To diagnose all three types of pkd, you may need to undergo an imaging tests to look for cysts of the kidney, liver, and other organs.
A treatment may include pain medication, a low-sodium diet, surgery to drain cysts etc.
There are various reasons for kidney problems. S.creatinine is one of the markers to show this dysfunction .it is extremely important to know the cause of kidney dysfunction as the treatment and the prognosis differs with it. It is strongly recommended to meet the nephrologist before starting any treatment so the side effects of it can be avoided.
Please don't play with your body system because after all it's you who has to tolerate. Have faith upon a nephrologist and undergo treatment. A khichri of medicines and experimenting on your body will not help much. Thank you.
Creatinine levels in the blood can vary depending on age, race and body size. A creatinine level of greater than 1.2 for women and greater than 1.4 for men may be an early sign that the kidneys are not working properly.