As creatinine level, BUN (blood urea nitrogen) level is also taken as an indicator to tell how well your kidneys are working. Usually, increased BUN levels suggest impaired kidney function. Well then, what happens when your BUN level reaches 149?
The normal result is generally 6-20mg/dl. Of course, normal values may vary among different labs. Therefore, talk to your doctor about your specific test result. As for BUN 149, we can see that it is indeed higher than the normal range. In clinic, blood urea nitrogen level won’t increase until a half of renal function have been damaged. Hence, elevated creatinine level may indicate severe damage on the kidneys. In the condition, patients may suffer from the following conditions:
4.Bubbly urine, blood urine, decreased urine output and even anuria
5.Gastrointestinal tract symptoms like poor appetite, nausea, vomiting and bad taste in mouth.
6.Skin problems like itching skin and dry skin
7.Sleep problems like insomnia
8.Nerve problems like poor concentration, poor memory, insanity and even coma
9.Respiratory system symptoms like shortness of breath, deep and long breath.
10.Bone problems like bone pain and bone fracture
With so many possible symptoms and complications, patients should be alert to elevated blood urea nitrogen. And you should take effective and natural treatments so as to reduce the level. Actually, treatment for kidney disease should aim at expand the blood vessels and fight against inflammation and coagulation in the blood. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is to unlock the obstructed meridians so as to promote the blood circulation. With fluent blood circulation, your kidneys can filter the excessive wastes and toxins effectively. To know more details, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly and we will do our best to help you.
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