Blood tests done on 10th June did not change much. Serum creatinine crept up from 301 umol/L to 304 umol/L which is an insignificant change. Since I started seeing the nephrologists at the Medical 2 clinic at the University Malaya Medical Centre, the frequency of my blood tests and visits to the hospital has been increased to quarterly.
This is another reprieve of sorts but I am not happy that the serum creatinine has breached the imaginary 300 umol/L line during the last blood test although it was not unexpected. My kidneys will continue to fail. It is just a matter of time. I will just have to be more careful with my diet and bladder management routines to delay the need for dialysis for as long as possible.
Renal and Liver Function tests and Lipid profile done on 10th June 2013.
Complete Blood Test done on 10th June, 2013.
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