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Please let me know , are you concerned about your Creatinine levels ?
Are you Diabetic ?
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As you mentioned you have been admitted twice for biventricular failure and your creatinine levels are upper limit of normal range with normal potassium levels and other parameters , it is highly likely that because of poor kidney perfusion secondary to heart issue you have little deranged cretainine levels .
It would be ideal for you at this stage to have renal ultrasound to rule out primary kidney disease .
In the presence of normal other parameters with little deranged creatinine levels are not too much significant and I will also suggest you to recheck once Creatinine levels , as normal range also varies from lab to lab .
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