Chronic Kidney Disease Stage3: Can Alcohol Cause Creatinine Increasing
There have been no official studies into the effects of creatinine and alcohol in the past. We have no scientific evidence that alcohol directly effects to increase or decrease Creatinine Level in blood. However, it is surely that the alcohol does relate with the creatinine deposition in blood. If you want to get a personal answer, you are suggested to send your inquest to firstname.lastname@example.org and we are glad to give you a reply within 48 hours. It will be helpful for us to find the answer faster, if you can send your basic info, such as name, age, gender etc and medical conditions, such as GFR, symptoms and current kidney functions etc.
How does alcohol effect creatinine level in CKD patients?
Actually, as mentioned above, there is no direct effect of alcohol on creatinine level. Alcohol, generally, effects kidney conditions firstly, then, it makes the kidneys to change the creatinine conditions. Good news is that there are alternative options to alcohol for patients with CKD, if you need, you can email to email@example.com or consult our free online service for the drinks list.
Alcohol and Kidneys
Alcohol is alway not believed a good choice for patients with Kidney Disease. It is said that a moderate drinking shows no change in kidneys. However, because it is hard to find which level is moderate, thereby, CKD patients are always suggested to avoid drinking. If you drink too much alcohol, it may worsen your kidney damages and cause kidney functions decline.
Kidneys and Creatinine
Kidneys are important filtering organs which remove the excessive water and waste products in blood, such as creatinine and BUN etc. When kidneys are further damaged, there will be more creatinine building up in blood and cause high creatinine level.
Besides alcohol, there are many other avoided foods for CKD patients and if you have interest, you can leave your comments below and get the avoided food list within 48 hours.
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