Blood Work

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  1. Tugga

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    RENAL FUNCTION
    sodium 141 mmol/L
    potassium 4.8 mmol/L
    chloride 100 mmol/L
    bicarbonate 25 mmol/L
    urea 5.4 mmol/L
    creatinine 90 umol/L

    LIPID STUDIES
    total 6.1 mmol/L
    triglycerides 2.5 mmol/L
    HDL 0.9 mmol/L
    Calc LDL 4.1 mmol/L

    LIVER FUNCTION TESTS
    bilirubin 8 umol/L
    alp 73 U/L
    ggt 53 U/L
    ld 213 U/L
    ast 52 U/L
    alt 97 U/L
    t.protein 76 U/L
    albumin 47 U/L
    globulin 29 U/L

    THYROID FUNCTION
    tsh 1.8 mIU/L


    tell me whats happening, cause i dont know
     
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    that high of creatinine and sodium combined with that low of urea content.... it indicates kidney failure. do you only have one kidney?



























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    2 kidneys and they are fine
     
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    The good news is you are 45% human
     
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