Since high creatinine levels are a result of kidney disease, treating the kidney disease lowers creatinine levels, states WebMD. The most common causes of kidney disease are high blood pressure and diabetes. Medications,... More »

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Creatinine levels can be lowered by treating underlying causes such as high blood pressure or diabetes with diet, exercise or medication, according to WebMD. A high level of creatinine, which is filtered from the blood i... More »

An effective way to lower creatinine levels is to treat the underlying cause of the elevated levels, which may include kidney problems or infections, dehydration, muscle problems, blocked urinary tract or pregnancy-relat... More »

Having a high protein count in urine can be the result of kidney disease or other chronic medical condition, or it may be something temporary, states American Kidney Fund. Healthy kidneys should not allow an excessive am... More »

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The cause for a high number during a urine microalbumin test is kidney disease, and treatment depends on how serious the kidney disease is, states Mayo Clinic. The test measures the amount of a blood protein, called albu... More »

Treatment of high CPK, or creatine phosphokinase, levels involves treatment of the condition causing the elevation, according to Healthline. Normal CPK values are from 10 to 120 micrograms per liter or mcg/L. More »

Creatinine levels greater than 1.2 for women and 1.4 for men may indicate kidney disease, states the National Kidney Foundation. As such, patients must consult their doctor as soon as possible to determine if they need m... More »

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