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creatinin levels was posted 11/30/1998 03:59 pm by lanette
E-mail Address: Lsimmons@npr.org

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Mom was diagnosed with pc last January. Since then she has had the WP, chemo, radiation. She was selected to take THE 9NC trials and all was going well up until about a week ago. She is also diabetic. She had severe stomach cramps and a lot of vomiting and had to be hospitalized. This ran it's course and she is now home. She received a call from the Doctor today telling her that she needed to come in to take a STAT blood test because her "creatinin levels" were high. They were 300. What exactly does this mean. Does anyone know? I know it has to do something with the kidneys.

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