Some patients asked that slightly elevated levels of creatinine and two kidney stones. Is there any relationship between the two? Blood sugar, BP, Cholesterol were all fine”
There isn't a direct relationship between high creatinine levels and kidney stones.
If the functional capacity of the kidneys was slightly damaged by long-term urinary obstruction and urinary reflux, then that might elevate creatinine. But the likelihood of forming stones or the frequency of stone formation would be due to other elements in the bloodstream and in urine, not related to creatinine.
the permanence of damage would be due to the underlying cause, and right now, we really don't know that there is any significant damage.
You said"slightly" elevated creatinine, some simple things like slight dehydration or certain medications or even normal aging can elevate creatinine without indicating any real damage to renal function. And a 0.1-0.3 mg/dL change is generally within the acceptable lab variance. So for any single test, there is a little bit of "play" in the numbers. What matters more is the long term trend of the number over a span of several years.
So kidney stones might be an indirect cause of renal damage, but only if they caused a chronic urinary obstruction over a fairly long time span. If the high creatinine level is caused by kidney damage, then the most important thing will become repairing kidney damage and recovering kidney function. In that case, not only high creatinine level can be lowered naturally, also dialysis and kidney transplant can be effectively avoided.
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