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FAQs about PKD

Various FAQs about PKD can help patients know more about this disease and find the best treatment option to help avoid dialysis and kidney transplant. > FAQs >

Is Creatinine 2.5 Severe for Polycystic Kidney Disease

My father died of Polycystic Kidney Disease and I was also diagnosed with this disease two years ago. My latest blood tests show my creatinine level is 2.5mg/dL. Is creatinine 2.5 severe for Polycystic Kidney Disease patient, doctor?...Read More

Genetic Cause of Polycystic Kidney Disease

Many people with Polycystic Kidney Disease at childbearing age are told that their children may been at a high risk of this disease, because PKD is an inherited kidney disease. Then, they want to know genetic cause of Polycystic Kidney Disea...Read More

Can PKD Only Affect One Kidney

I was diagnosed with PKD last year, but ultrasound showed only one of my kidneys has cysts. My urologist thinks it will remain that way. I am wondering if this is a true statement and should I worry about it in the future it? ...Read More

Is Egg White Good for People with PKD

I was just diagnosed with PKD last week. My doctor told me that a healthy diet plays an important role in my whole treatment, but he didn’t say what I can eat or not eat. Therefore, today I want to ask “is egg white good for people with ...Read More

What Does Creatinine 12 in Female Mean

I am 31 years old, female and have 2 children, one is 3 years old and the other is 5. My serum creatinine is 12 and the doctor say that I need to take dialysis. But I have no urine problem and I suffer no fever except pains and fatigue....Read More

Is Fish Good for People with Polycystic Kidney Disease

Patients with PKD are always required to develop a healthy diet. In this situation, making clear what foods can eat or not eat is very necessary. Is fish good for people with Polycystic Kidney Disease?...Read More

Alternative Foods to Protein for People with PKD

For people with PKD, some of them may be suggested to control the intake of protein so as to reduce the workload on the kidney. Are there some alternative foods to protein for people with PKD?...Read More

What Is the Normal Creatinine Level for People with PKD

High creatinine level is one of PKD patients’ biggest concerns, so many patients are suggested to do blood test regularly to pay attention to their condition. What is the normal creatinine level for people with PKD?...Read More

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