My mother-in-law is 56 year old. For the past 10 years she is having diabetes. Since 5-6 months, her sugar levels are very high. She is using insulin Actrapid 20 units. Three years back, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Underwent operation, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and cancer is under control with regular checkup and medicines. Current issues are acute colitis, random sugar values mostly higher than 280, high creatinine levels (6.2), hemoglobin (7.2), urea level 170 and vomiting present. Please refer the reports and prescriptions attached. Doctors are suggesting dialysis after 15 days, if creatinine levels remain high. Please suggest few measures to reduce creatinine levels and also recommend proper diet under these conditions. Thank you.
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Thank you for your reply. Please suggest medicine or ways to lower creatinine levels. Is dialysis required? Kindly suggest.
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