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    Creatinine level102.6
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    An_244529 posted:
    I have Type 2 Diabetes. I was taken off my Metformin for3 months now. I just did a 24hr Microalbumin Urine test & was given a value (creatinine) of 102.6mg. What is normal range Kind of freaked!!
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    counterso responded:
    Any lab report will include the "normal" range for any measurement reported. Please refer back to the report.
     
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    bdouble19 replied to counterso's response:
    Creatnine level's go up and down very frequently. So unless your expieriancing very low, (20 or below) or very high, (above 400) than your basically considered normal. 102.6 is extremly normal.
    Creatnine levels are helpful in determining problem's with your kidney's. So you Doctor who took the labs would definatley tell you if something were off.
     
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    bdouble19 replied to bdouble19's response:
    Spell Check....Your Doctor....


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