Your question implies that you have an elevated parathyroid hormone result. This must be interpreted by a physician who knows you and can examine you. I am not able to clarify the results of your laboratory testing without performing a complete history and physical examination. 18 more words
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I have stage 3 kidney disease and I just got back my PTH results. Hyperparathyroidism: Primary Calcium High, Secondary Calcium Normal or Low, Tertiary, Intact PTH High, Calcium High and Non-Parathyroid Hypercalcemia Calcium High. Does that mean that the Non-Parathyroid Hypercalcemia condition have nothing to do with my Hyperparathyroidism?
I am from Jordan. Two months ago my dad had a kidney disease and he entered a hospital & had some tests! The test were not good at all. If you want, I will send you his test result. My question is what kind of food he should eat & avoid? And do you have a program or schedule you can send to me, I would be more than grateful!
I cannot make a diagnosis or provide medical advice until I perform a complete history and physical examination. Your father should learn his diagnosis and recommendations for treatment and diet from the physicians who are currently caring for him. 40 more words
I am a type 2 diabetic since 2012. My creatinine level made me little worried. I am running 57, height 5'-9" and weight 64 kg. As routine checking 2 months back. FBS was 5.9, ABF 8, Creatine level was 1.21 mg/dl, total Cholesterol was 167, TG was 114. I went for another test on 20/8/15 and got the following result. FBS - 5.9, ABF 7.8 S. Creatinine 1.25 mg/dl Urine Albumin 3.5 mg/l Urine Creatinine 1.35 g/l Urine albumin creatinine ratio 2.5 mg/gm. It seems creatinine level is increasing. I am asking is it due my eating habits? During the month of Ramadan, we generally eat many lentils while we break fasting. Does it cause an increase or is it caused by something else?
I am unable to make a specific diagnosis based on the information that you provide. I can suggest that you go to our web site and use the estimating equations there to estimate your… 73 more words
I wanted to know at what is the average age a person develops kidney disease? I wanted to know what "rule out parenchymal renal disease bilaterally" means?
I have Celiac disease and do not absorb my nutrients like most folks. I had my blood done this month. My creatine level was 0.67. This is lower then recommended. Should I be concerned?
A low serum creatinine commonly means that you have a low muscle mass. This would be consistent with your Celiac disease and some element of protein malnutrition. 38 more words
Here is my renal function test lab report Urea: 19.0, Creatinine: 0.9, Uric Acid: 5.7, Sodium: 136, Potassium: 3.6. Can you please explain my renal condition by this report?
These laboratory reports appear normal to me, but each laboratory determines their own normal values. I suggest the you use this information to calculate your… 59 more words