High Creatinine and High protien Loss

I have Creatinine level is 2.0 and High Protien loss in urine problems.

Kindly give some suggestions to help reduce my problems.

I have few queries regarding High Creatinine Levels :

1) Will COLD Climate affect Creatinine and High Protien Loss?

2) Will High Blood Pressure affect Creatinine and High Protien Loss?

3) I got Kidney from My dad when he is at 60, Since he is old, Will it affect Creatinine and High Protien Loss?

I am expecting your valualble comments that will make me recover from High Creatinine and High Protien Loss.

Thanks in Advance,

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  • Hello Desh, 

    Everything seems to affect Creatinine numbers, but the most common factors are hydration, illness, medication, exercise, rejection, and infection.  Adequate hydration (1-3 litres/day) or dehydration will affect the percentage of water in the blood (concentrating or diluting creatinine.)  Intense exertion/exercise has a two fold affect, water loss through sweating and increasing Creatinine and Uric acid production (by-product of muscle use.)  Fighting infection or a virus can throw off levels also.  Some medications affect numbers when their levels are too high, like Prograf(pangraf?)

    If your father was in good health, I believe his age would not significantly affect your Creatinine levels.  Climate will have an effect if it causes water loss, as summer sweating must be replenished by fluids.  Anything that affects the kidney filters (nephrons) will affect these numbers, however higher blood pressure would damage the organ over time and not have an immediate or temporary affect. Another factor is sodium consumption, salt interferes the body's "flow"  of fluid causing retention.  

    You can see why I say everything affects levels.  We are a balance of fluid and whatever changes that will affect Creatinine.  I hope this helps

    KB(Norm) 

    • Thanks lot KB.

      The information you provided is really helpful for me.

      The following are the regular habits in my daily life:

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      1. Will wake up at 5:30 AM.

      2. Will have 1 LITRE of WATER immediate after wake up and without brushing.

      3. Will go to WALK from 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM.

      4. Will have some PEANUTS and cup of TEA after came from walk.

      5. Will do some FLEXIBLE EXERCISE from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM.

      6. Will eat one POMEGRANATE after that.

      7. Will have a WARM WATER BATH around 8:45 AM.

      8. Will have a BREAKFAST around 9:00 AM (Breakfast : 4 chapattis and a glass of Cow Milk).

      9. Going to Office and Will be in Office from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

      10. Will have LUNCH around 2:00 PM. (RICE, SAMBAR, RASAM, CURD).

      10. Having 2 LITRES of WATER in Office.

      11. Will reach home around 8 PM and Will have one ORANGE or APPLE Fruit.

      12. Then will fresh up and then will have DINNER around 9:00 PM.

      13. Will have 4 no's of DATE FRUIT and a glass of COW MILK around 10:00 PM.

      14. Finally will have HALF LITRE of WATER  and go for a SLEEP around 10:00 PM.

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      This is my Daily habit.

      Kindly see and let me know If I am doing anything wrong here.

      @Friends : Kindly share your ideas, If I dont do few things here and anything needs to be improved.

      That will be really helpful for me to get healthy lifestyle with your kind help.

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      Regards,

      Desh Ram.

      • Desh, I have been told by my dietition specifically not to eat pomegranate or grapefruit. They could interfere with medication. This is something I would suggest you look into and discuss with your doctor or dietition.
        • Sure CR. Thanks for your comments. Will check with my Doctor immediately.

          Kindly keep sharing your comments. It will be really helpful for me.

          Regards,

          Desh

      • Hello Desh,

        My only concern with this wonderful schedule would be the morning Pomegranate.  As much as I love them, I have had to live without them.  Like grapefruit, the fruit can affect the levels of Pangraf (prograf) in the blood.  I would ask the Tx team for their opinion before keeping them in your diet.

        As always, informing your Tx team about plans, changes to routines, or any issues no matter how insignificant you may feel they, is the best policy.  The Tx team is your lifeline and the wealth of experience and knowledge they bring to you will serve you well throughout your life.  

        I wish you great success with your Tx and life and may you enjoy many, many years in good health.

        KB(Norm) 

        • Thanks KB. I used to know more details once I came here. Thanks to All.

          That's great pleasure to  be here with you all. Now I have a confident that I can bring down my Creatinine and Protien Loss to normal.

          Keep sharing your comments.

          Thanks,

          Desh

    • KB,

      Great info and thanks for sharing. I'm getting way ahead of myself and will bring  up this question with my care team after transplant... Based on your knowledge, do you  think intense exercise typically considered harmful to a donated kidney? Before getting depleted of energy I use to really push myself in the gym daily- and I also did a lot of running. Just wondering if I'll one day be able to get back into it.

      Thanks.

      • Hi Christopher,

        The main risk with physical exertion is dehydration from sweating.  Exercise is generally considered good for you, keeping in mind that hydration is the most simple precaution one must take.  Any natural production of Creatinine would be minimal, well within the the ability of the Tx organ to manage it.  Keep the water bottle handy! Good luck and stay well. 

        KB(Norm)

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