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What Does Hemoglobine 6.2, creatinine 6.7 ,loss of appitite Mean

Posted: by Rechilda      Time: 2013-04-12 11:59

Topics: High Creatinine Level Hemoglobine

Details: Hemoglobine 6.2, creatinine 6.7 ,loss of appitite, Vomiting ,cramping. But now with medicine thins are improving within a month.

Expert Answer

Given your description, it is, most possibly, Chronic Kidney Disease. These symptoms can be classified as disorder in electrolyte, anemia and high toxin intestinal tract, all of which are related to renal function decline. Good news is that these symptoms get alleviated after medicine, and my main concern now is the renal damage condition.

In terms of treating renal disease, the whole process consists of two parts. One is alleviating symptoms like anemia, disorder in acid-base balance and so on. But the fundamental solution is still promoting renal condition. Hope this above analysis prove to be helpful.

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