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creatinine blood levels changes from 1.1 to 1.23 doesn't mean too much
if you were dehydrated or not drinking enough water, it can cause your creatinline to go up to 1.23
you should make sure you drink enough water to keep your kidneys hydrated.
you should talk to your doctor about repeating your creatinine levels in a month or two to make sure they go back down.
the higher your creatinine levels go, the more it can indicate that your kidneys are not working as well.
let me know if you have questions.