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makewal posted:
my wife's tests have shown GFR of 32 for last three years. She feels pretty good, not tired or anything like that. any comments
john-skpt responded:
A lot depends on her age, and any chronic and ongoing conditions that might tend to advance renal disease. (A GFR of 30 means different things for a person in their 20's versus a person in their 70's.)

The fact that it seems to be stable is a very good sign, but it is significantly lower than would be 'ideal' for an otherwise healthy person. And so it needs close monitoring, preferably by a board certified nephrologist.

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