Why is creatinine getting higher?
Creatinine is one of the indicators of renal function, but creatinine is not necessarily the kidney is damaged. Why is creatinine getting higher? There are many reasons for high creatinine, the following is a detailed description. 1, life appears tire...
Creatinine is one of the indicators of renal function, but creatinine is not necessarily the kidney is damaged. Why is creatinine getting higher? There are many reasons for high creatinine, the following is a detailed description.
1, life appears tired, rest is not good, life details do not pay attention, can also cause a certain range of serum creatinine increased.
2, the body of dehydration, such as fever, sweating, reduce the amount of water, polyuria led to blood concentration, decreased renal blood flow, there will be increased creatinine.
3, abnormal urine, long-term hematuria, proteinuria, people will unknowingly appear to increase the phenomenon of creatinine.
4, hypertensive patients, blood pressure instability, there will be a high phenomenon of creatinine.
7, patients with kidney disease, due to recurrence of the disease, leading to increased creatinine.
5, patients with nephropathy in the case of unknown damage to the kidneys taking drugs, there may be increased creatinine, or even irreversible.
6, renal insufficiency of people, by infection (including colds, pneumonia, intestinal infections, urinary tract infections, etc.), will appear in the short term the phenomenon of creatinine increased.
Why is creatinine getting higher? The above content describes several factors that lead to higher creatinine, hoping to help everyone. Creatinine is not necessarily high renal function damage, but does not rule out the abnormal renal function factors, so the phenomenon of high creatinine must not be ignored, to timely medical examination.
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