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I want to know about a food list of to reduce high urea levels because of kidney problems?

Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) is caused by nitrogen wastes in the body that are normally eliminated by the kidneys.  The main source of nitrogen wastes are proteins.   39 more words

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I have chronic kidney disease and have to have a angiogram. My eGFR is only 17%. What are the risks of my kidneys failing and what can I do to help my kidneys?

It is not possible to reliably predict who will or who will not suffer kidney damage from angiogram dye.  I can only suggest that you consult with a nephrologist who can examine you and offer you advice after the examination.

Kidney-Related Health Questions