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Diabetes: Creatinine Level 3.0, Blood Urea Level 90+, Indian Food

Posted: by mike lan      Time: 2013-04-12 12:00

Topics: High Creatinine Level Diabetes

Details: I’m a diabetic blood urea is 90+, Can I have curry--As this is my favorite Indian food? What treatment can be available for me?

Expert Answer

Thank you for your inquiry. Wish you a nice day. As to your requirement on Curry and i am afraid i have to say spicy food of curry is kind of stimulative thing and you'd better avoid. And other indian foods that are salted and spicy are also not good choice for you.

In the view of you creatinine level and blood urea level, your renal condition has progressed to CKD 4, which indicates a relatively serious kidney damage and function decline.

The main contributor to renal damage now is Hypoxic-ischemic state within kidneys. In short, there are now three types of cells in kidneys. healthy ones, damaged ones and died ones. These healthy cells are working excessively. High perfusion, high filtration and high pressure state within kidneys leads to poor blood circulation. Generally, for similar case we would adopt traditional herbal therapies that helps alleviating renal condition.

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