I Am 67my Creatinine Is 2ihave Swelling In Both Legcan Iuse Nephrosave

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GOPAL Says:


I am 67 .I have hyppertnsion for the past 25 years .iam using amlopressat and asa.My blood presure is under control.i have swelling in legs,my serum creatinine is 2.can i use nephrosave.If so howlong



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KARUNA Says:

YES. THE SWELLING IN THE LEGS ARE DUE TO AN INCREASE IN CREATININE LEVELS AND THIS SWELLING IS REDUCED ALONG WITH REDUCTION IN CREATININE ALSO- WITH HERBAL -TRADITIONAL MEDICINES FROM SOUTH INDIA.

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Verwon Says:

GOPAL, what medication did your doctor instruct you take?

Such swelling is not always due to elevated creatinine, thus improper treatment could put you at risk of experiencing a dangerous health emergency, such as a stroke, heart attack, or congestive heart failure.

According to FDA reports, this is a chance that the swelling could be due to the Amlopres AT, your diet, or lack of proper exercise. Do you check your blood pressure and weight regularly?

Do you have trouble breathing, especially when lying down?

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