‘How are my kidneys?’: How to be proactive about kidney health


Or undoubtedly heroes, But for those who do there's a lingering fear about the health of their one remaining kidney when you see your health care provider If they don't do it automatically be proactive and say doctor or her my kidneys. Dr. Griffin Rogers of the National Institutes of Health says people with increased risk should be asking that question if they have, say diabetes, high blood pressure, family history or heart disease. Simple tests can reveal whether there's damage depending upon how extensive it is their measures. That can be instituted that can either reverse or certainly slow the course of that future kidney damage. Christi King wt O Penis Coming up in money

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