How To Reduce Ureum Levels In The Blood?
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I want to ask for one week, I felt pain in the waist and lower abdomen, and also urinated frequently yesterday. I checked the laboratory to get ureum results of 105.9 and creatinine 0.62. Are the results including danger huh?
Hello, good morning Enggardini ..
Complaints of low back pain and lower abdomen accompanied by frequent urination complaints can be caused by several conditions, such as: Urinary Tract Infections, Urinary Stones, Lumbar Muscle Injury, and so on.
Ureum and creatinine are components of blood tests to determine kidney function. The normal level of urea in the blood is around 20-50 mg / dL, while the normal creatinine level is around 0.6-1.2 mg / dL, the reference rate of this normal value can vary in each laboratory. Thus, you experience an increase in urea in the blood. In general, increased levels of urea in the blood indicate that the kidneys are not functioning properly. The following are some disease conditions that are marked by an increase in blood urea levels:
urinary tract infections obstruction (blockage) urinary tract heart failure or dehydration heart attack, for example due to lack of drinking or for other reasons impaired blood circulation (shock), for example in cases of severe allergies, severe infections, severe dengue fever, etc. burns degree of weight and area of some antibiotics consumption of foods high in protein
Increased blood urea level is not a diagnosis, but only as a marker of disturbance in the body. We cannot conclude whether your condition is dangerous or not, without direct examination. The increase in blood urea level that you experience must be linked back to the complaints that you experience and physical examination directly so that a diagnosis can be concluded. For this reason, we recommend that you check yourself directly to a specialist in internal medicine to ensure that you are experiencing the disease. While waiting for a doctor's schedule, multiply the consumption of water (at least 8-10 glasses per day) and avoid holding small urine. ..
That's all, hopefully it helps ..