|re contuniue from is this a kidney problem
Sep 16, 2011
hello sir, from your reply like i said i want to visit my ID doc which i've done on sunday 11/9/11 and he order another test and the result came out with this numbers sugar test 111,no diabetis yet ,blood presure at normal range but kidney result was 1.15 which he told me that it might be from my truvada.and i do not drink enough water after my exercise,regards to urine test every thing was negative no protien indicated it's only show (specific gravity 1.025 normal 1.010 - 1.025 )which he said i need more water.my regimen sustiva & truvada cd4 418 vl <40 % 22.but i believe that maybe too much exercise could cause the kidney to elevate,i ran at least 7.5kilomits in 55minits four times a week.please what else should i do?
| Response from Dr. Henry
Hydration status can have a significant impact on day to day measures of kidney function. Evaluation of any concern about the use of tenofovir (Truvada) effect on the kidneys often involves checking for protein in urine and levels of phosphate, glucose as well as calculating GFR (glomerular filtration rate). Treating other conditions that can cause kidney damage (such as diabetes and hypertension and avoiding excessive use of drugs that can cause kidney damage) also important. Mild decreases in kidney function while on tenofovir usually not a major concern but needs continued monitoring. KH
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