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Dear Doc,, What Needst Be Done To Reverse The Severe

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Posted on Tue, 7 Jan 2020
Question: Dear Doc,,
what needst be done to reverse the severe albuminuria & onset of kidney disease . Thanks
latest test result on Dec. 10 2019 as follws:- 1. Protein /Creatinine ratio .....0.61(UMOL/L) Normal <0.2)
2. Protein( Random),urine .......0.369 (G/L),
3) Albumin/Creatinine .... 35.2 ,(normal <3.5mg)
4) HBA1c blood - 6.7 (glucose level)


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Answered by Dr. Anders Mark Christensen (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
Optimize anti-diabetic treatment

Detailed Answer:
Hi Maf362,

Most importantly, you should be under strict HbA1c surveillance to ensure that it stays low. It is advisable to try a SGLT-2 inhibitor (e.g.. jardiance or forxiga) to prevent progression. Further to this, it is important to stay away from potentially nefrotoxic drugs and ensure good cardiovascular health, e.g. low blood pressure, smoking cessation, healthy diet, etc.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this.
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Dear Doc,, What Needst Be Done To Reverse The Severe

Brief Answer: Optimize anti-diabetic treatment Detailed Answer: Hi Maf362, Most importantly, you should be under strict HbA1c surveillance to ensure that it stays low. It is advisable to try a SGLT-2 inhibitor (e.g.. jardiance or forxiga) to prevent progression. Further to this, it is important to stay away from potentially nefrotoxic drugs and ensure good cardiovascular health, e.g. low blood pressure, smoking cessation, healthy diet, etc. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this.