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I highly recommend that you see a registered dietitian to help you lose weight. They will not only understand your special circumstances regarding...
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A PET scan is not considered dangerous, but discuss any concerns with your doctor, urologist, or the radiologist doing the test.
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Hi As you do have a kidney problem then yes you would be getting dark urine, but to be on the safe side do collect a sample and take to your doctor...
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I am at end stage renal failure and on dialysis.
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I believe Tylenol [acetaminophen] is what the National Kidney Foundation recommends for those with kidney disease.   
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Hi Here's a very good link that should answer most of your questions and some you wont ask.http://nephcure...
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No ! It isn't safe 
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Hi Have a read of this link, its helpful.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16932427Just copy into google to the www. to open and read.Good Luck
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Diet is one component of slowing down kidney disease but so are regular visits to your doctor and taking prescribed medications.For example, keeping...
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Here is a good tutorial to help you limit potassium and protein in your diet. Be sure to stay in touch with your doctor as your diet needs may change...
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No, you are a human. Your cat is a cat. Why would you think you can swap organs?
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Yes,definitely.   I have Chronic Gastritis.  When I am under stress or eat something spicy, it is hard to go back into remission.Of...
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Yes. You will not absorb any of those Epsom Salts into your body, and a bath will not harm your kidneys.
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Yes. I had kidney disease & was on dialysis & had horrible heart burn & my DR. put me on proposed.
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The short answer is "no". WebMD talks about kidney disease with an article accessed through the following link:http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z...
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