In general, high creatinine level is accompanied by an elevated BUN (blood urea nitrogen) level. However, some people are wondering why they have high creatinine levels but normal urea leaves. Is this an abnormal condition?
How does creatinine and urea levels increase?
Creatinine is the by-products of muscle metabolism and urea forms after protein breaks down in the body. Both of them are discharged by the kidneys as a kind of waste. Since they produce at a relatively stable rate, the elevation of creatinine and urea always associated with kidney damage.
Therefore, high creatinine and high urea occur at the same time.
Is it normal with high creatinine but normal urea levels?
Even though this condition is not so common, it is normal for you to to experience this condition.
This result is usually due to muscle breakdown which would release more creatinine into blood. Exercise may produce such an increase. Pathologic muscle breakdown would produce sharp levels, but such states would likely be accompanied by symptoms of weakness in particular.
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If you have muscle mass then your high creatinine level might be normal for you. There is also a possibility of error on the laboratory which would be the most suspect for borderline cases. Some reports even say that weight gain, high cortisol, low thyroid, higher muscle mass, dehydration, and a lack of sleep can also increase creatinine.
How can you lower creatinine level naturally?
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