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i definitely would not if i were you. i had a transplant in 2009 and when i asked about protein and whey i was told the stress it would put on my...
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I don't know your medical history, but if you are healthy and do not have renal disease, this finding is not worrisome. Depending on the time of...
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No I don't have kidney problems, I had kidney cancer 10 years ago and I just don't want my sugar to cause me to lose my only kidney that I...
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There is "no whey" that this added protein alone will build muscle. Extra protein -- above and beyond his nutritional needs -- has the...
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Many factors that influence the speed of kidney failure are not completely understood. Researchers are still studying how protein in the diet and...
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Proteinuria is the presence of protein in the urine. This may indicate kidney disease or damage.
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Assuming he does not have a history of kidney problems, protein shakes can be a part of his diet, but NOT as a substitute for meals (make sure he...
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From another post similar to this one from the Physician Assistant who responds to question here on Web MD: Assuming he does not have a history...
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There is a pretty wide acceptable range of protein recommended by the Institute of Medicine from 10-35% of calories.  For a 2000 calorie diet...
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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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A biopsy is a diagnostic test that involves collecting small pieces of tissue, usually through a needle, for examination with a microscope. A kidney...
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Hi If you have a kidney problem, have a look at this link, its very helpful.The Link, http://www.davita.com/kidney-disease/diet-and...
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If the condition is limited to one kidney and the child has no symptoms, no treatment may be necessary. Regular checkups should include blood...
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Kidney damage, like hypertension, can be unnoticeable and detected only through medical tests. Blood tests will show whether your kidneys are...
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Glomerular diseases damage the glomeruli, letting protein and sometimes red blood cells leak into the urine. Sometimes a glomerular disease also...