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At What Level Blood Urea Is Dangerous

At What Level Blood Urea Is DangerousUrea is one waste product of protein metabolism. If too much urea builds up in the blood, it will introduce a series of problems. Some of them are even dangerous. Today, we will talk about at what level blood urea or BUN level is dangerous.

Do you know the normal urea level?

Normally, the formation and excretion of urea stays balance, and kidneys can excrete extra urea out of the body timely. Therefore, healthy people’s urea test result ranges from 9 to 20 mg/dl. However, blood urea is more likely to be affected by diet and renal blood flow, so patients had better do this test with emptiness.

At what level urea is dangerous?

Firstly, we should know urea itself is not toxic, but too much deposit of urea can affect the metabolism of some other substances and stimulate other organs and systems. If other causes are ruled out, high blood urea nitrogen level means a large part of kidney functioning tissues have been lost. In China, blood urea above 60mg/dl is one indicator that means patients’ illness condition has progressed into uremic stage.

In this stage, patients are more likely to suffer from some symptoms related to urea deposition. For example, poor appetite, anemia, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, bleeding tendency, cardiovascular disorders, breath problems, and so on. From this point, we can know it is dangerous when urea is higher than 60mg/dl.

How to lower high blood urea level effectively?

From the above analysis, we can know it is quite important to reduce blood urea level for kidney patients. Medicated Bath, oral medicines, enema therapy, cycle therapy, dialysis, blood purification, and some other methods all can help achieve this goal. Tell the doctor online more about your illness condition, so they can help you determine what treatment is best for you.

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