I am 37 year old, male from India. I recently went for routine test and below is main outcome of the test. Creatinine 1.42 Vitamin – B12 695.0 pg/mL Vitamin D-3 (25 – Hydroxy) 18.13 Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) 8.93 uIU/ml Tri-Iodothyronine Total (TT3) 0.78 ng/mL Phosphorus 7.1 mg/dL Triglycerides 225.5 mg/dl Cholesterol – HDL 42.0 mg/dl Non HDL Cholesterol 147.1 mg/dl VLDL -Very Low Density Lipoprotein 45.1 mg/dl Cholesterol/HDL Ratio 4.5 0.0 – 4.0 I understand that my Cholesterol level is high and I have started walking 5 k.m. daily. I am really worried about Creatinine, is this something to be worried much ? Is it curable? If so what precaution do I need to take?

I am unable to make a specific diagnosis based on the information that you present.  You should contact your primary care physician (PCP) and have a complete examination in order to determine problems and medical diagnoses.  I am unable to make recommendations for treatment without performing a complete history and physical examination.  Some to the laboratory studies that you mention are abnormal and require you to see your PCP for examination and recommendations.


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