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RSD and Kidney problems?

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Unread 09-14-2007, 06:36 PM   #1
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I just got back some test results from my rhumy and she found that i have kidney prob's potentialy (sp) My creatine and protein were low adn high adn then i also had it in my urine along with crystals and casts.

Now i do have a family history of Kidney disease, but this just happens to pop up on tests everythng was good in decemeber. Just wondering if anyone else had this adn blamed on RSD and the chronic state that we are always in.

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Ooo hello there..

Not sure Amber but I have alot of pain in that area that comes in waves, deep achy, all my tests have been normal in that area but nasty pain that exelerates usualy with vibration or an uncomfortable seat back.

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some times if your liver refuses to breakdown medications, the kidneys have to over work and that can cause problems. my liver refuses most meds. but as for direct kidney problems from RSD i have not heard about anything like that. but didn't i just see a thread mention kidney stones??? or am i losing my mind .. which i often do.
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Howdy Amber,

I have some renal problems but they came about as a result of secondary issues I have had from my RSD like septicaemia.
Creatinine and protein abnormalities can be sometimes as a result of hypertension, smoking, diabetes and sometimes dietery consumption of protein.
The fact that you have a family history of renal problems certainly points to perhaps this being more likely the cause.
There are very many more tests that would give a better reflection of your renal function--I hope he orders those if he is concerned.
Fingers crossed for you Amber
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