← Return to Low kidney function: What does it mean? Should I be worried?

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@gbski

The nephrologist actually at first could not determine an exact cause an finally pinned a possible causal on a prior Med I was on low dose for a couple years, although I can recall being somewhat low prior to taking any meds. Could be from diet or prior unawareness of being hydrated enough. Just recently another Dr felt I may not totally be in CKD for sure as he said the fact I’ve gone back up as high as 57 wasn’t normally something he’s seen and suggested I get even more diligent on food and water and see how that does. Currently fighting a bacterial infection so that lowered it but almost recovered what I lost after less than a week on antibiotic Rx.

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@bgski I wouldn't be quick to discount what a change in diet/lifestyle can do. Someone I know totally changed her eGFR by diet and watching stressors in her life! An infection may certainly affect our bodies in many ways. Good for you for watching yourself!
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