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My mother is 58 years old lady. She is diabetic and hypertensive from last many years. Her latest urine and blood test result shows ACR ratio 13.4mg/mmol which is increased from 6.1mg/mmol from last year. Other than this her GFR>.60 and blood Creatinine is 0.6mg/dL. Her urine Microalbumin is 76.8mg/L I want to know are these symptoms showing her progress towards kidney disease . Regards,\ Amna Tariq

dr-mehdi-hussain-nephrologist-karachi

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her urine for microalbumin is slightly raised and does signify her progress towards kidney disease.

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is it dangerous ? She needs any treatment at this stage ?

prof-dr-syed-mohsin-naveed-nephrologist-rawalpindi

MBBS, FCPS(Medicine), FCPS (Nephrology), MRCPS(Glasgow), MRCP(Ireland), FRCP(Ireland), FRCP (Glasgow, UK) | Rawalpindi

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Many thanks. Diabetes if not controlled leads to diabetic kidney disease which reflects itself in several manifestation... Progressive Rise in ACR and PCR is one manifestation. Good diabetes ,BP ,lips control appropriate medicines,diet , discipline and exercise can control progression.
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Prof. SYED MOHSIN NAVEED
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Thanks Sir. Kindly let me know please any other treatment is required other than Diabetic control and blood pressure control at this stage . Is this is the start of kidney disease ? If yes then which stage of kidney disease is this ? Treatment is required at this stage of kidney disease?
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Amna Tariq

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Mohammad Danyal

I got kidney infection 1.5 years ago. I was treat with IV antibiotics in Sheikh Zaid Lahore. Now currently my all tests i.e creatinine and urea are normal but I am still encountring back pain. I have had a lot of muscle relaxants recommended by different doctors but still got no result. The pain still persists. Whats should I do ?

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