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Is Stomach Pain A Sign of High Creatinine 2.25

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2015-02-07 08:55

Topics: High Creatinine Level High Creatinine Level Symptoms

Details: One of my relative is suffering from stomach pain and continuous vomitings. Her Age is 70 years old and creatinine level is 2.25 mg/dl. Is stomach pain one sign of high creatinine level?

Expert Answer

High creatinine level is resulted from kidney damage, and it is often accompanied by many other symptoms and complications. However, this doesn't mean these problems including stomach pain is one sign of high creatinine level.

Creatinine itself isn't toxic, so elevated creatinine level usually won't cause health problems directly. The reason that your relative is experiencing stomach pain and continuous vomiting is the decline of kidney function. When kidneys are unable to filter blood normally, a lot of uremic substances will build up in the body, damaging various organs.

For kidney patients, their stomach pain is often due to several kidney disease complications.

1. Kidney stone: When kidney stone is too big, it will block the urinary tract and induce abdominal pain.

2. Fluid retention: Most often, fluid retention or swelling in abdomen isn't painful, but in severe cases, patients may feel stomach pain.

3. Enlarged kidney cysts: If patients have Polycystic Kidney Disease, the continuous growth of kidney cysts will pull nerve in the kidney tissues, inducing stomach pain.

If you want to know how to manage her stomach pain and lower creatinine level, you can ask doctors from Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital.

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