Although there may be different medical conditions that can lead to an elevated creatinine blood level, a main cause may be kidney dysfunction with additional symptoms being dehydration, edema, feeling tired and breathin... More »

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 »

Many websites have information on the normal range of creatinine levels, including NLM.NIH.gov, NewHealthGuide.org, Kidney-Symptom.com and Kidney-Treatment.org. These websites also offer information regarding kidney dise... More »

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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 »

Kidney disease and impaired function cause creatinine levels to rise, explains MedicineNet. Elevated levels in men can indicate prostate cancer risk, and a study has linked elevated creatinine levels in infants with bact... More »

An elevated PSA level can be an indication of prostate disease, and patients receive treatment for the cause of the elevation rather than the elevation itself, explains MedicineNet. Patients whose PSA levels are elevated... More »

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Severe foot and leg cramps can be the result of magnesium or potassium deficiency, problems with blood circulation in the legs, nerve malfunction, dehydration and muscle fatigue, among other conditions, according to WebM... More »