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Does Creatinine 3.02 Indicate Kidney Failure

Posted: by liangshaohua      Time: 2015-01-02 03:21

Topics: High Creatinine Level Renal Failure

Details: I was told that high creatinine level is one indicator of kidney disease. Now, my creatinine level is 3.02. Does it mean kidney failure?

Expert Answer

Firstly, we should make clear that kidney problem isn't the only cause for high creatinine level. In addition to kidney problem, overtired, excessive activity level, dehydration, and so on, all can cause high creatinine level.

If high creatinine level is caused by abnormal diet plan or lifestyle, correct modification of diet and lifestyle can make high creatinine level decline spontaneously. In this case, people don't need to worry their high creatinine level.

However, if creatinine 3.02 is due to kidney problem, patients should pay close attention to it. If left alone, serum creatinine level will increase more and more quickly. Finally, kidney disease may aggravate into kidney failure. In this condition, patients should take some effective treatments to treat their kidney disease timely.

Kidney failure is the end stage of chronic kidney disease in which creatinine level is usually higher than 7.9mg/dl. Although creatinine 3.02 is much higher than the normal, it is still not so high to mean the onset of kidney failure. Thereby, as long as kidney patients grasp this chance to treat their illness condition, their kidney damage is still reversible. Hopefully, you can get recovery sooner.

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