Dr. Shamik Shah, MD, DNB (Nephrology), ISN Fellow
|I can answer all questions related to kidney diseases, hypertension, plasmapheresis and kidney transplantation. I am an Indian-Board certified Nephrologist. I was a post-Doctoral Scholar at the Division of Nephrology & Hypertension,Department of Medicine, University of California, San Diego. My area of interest is Critical care Nephrology and Acute Kidney Injury.
Please mention the units in which your lab results were reported and the normal reference range for your laboratory.
Scott, Thanks for asking my opinion on Allexperts. Trace protein in urine usually is benign and should not be a cause for concern. For peace of mind, however, you may ask your primary care provider
Erik, Thanks for following up with me. As I mentioned earlier, every effort must be done to relieve the obstruction. Having two kidneys does not mean that obstruction in one of them should be taken
Hi Erik, Thanks for asking my opinion on "Allexperts" Hydronephrosis suggests an obstruction in the urinary tract on that side. Please get yourself evaluated by a Urologist and relieve the obstruction
Hi Chris, Thanks for asking my opinion on Allexperts. What do you mean by a "water fast"? Does it mean that you will drink only water during that period? How long do you plan to fast? In the published
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