My daughter has just been told that she has a kidney function of 76% age 32yrs. - So cannot be a kidney donor for her father. Is this low function serious? Does she have to have treatment? - or is it just a potential problem for the future?
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She has been a bit anaemic and tired looking and thin -obsessed about weight
otherwise no underlying conditions.
This is just a precaution for the future as she will need maximum kidney function later in life due to her already depressed kidney function. This is not serious but she may need treatment for whatever caused the problem to begin with. She should see a nephrologist for this evaluation. Hope this helps.
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