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    Quote Originally Posted by stonhous3535 View Post
    Problems with metformin are they way it affects kidneys. If you're already having decreased kidney functions I'd watch the metformin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stonhous3535 View Post
    Problems with metformin are they way it affects kidneys. If you're already having decreased kidney functions I'd watch the metformin.
    Have to agree with you on this. You are putting some stress on the kidneys with the gh, insulin, and oils. Our poor poor kidneys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonhous3535 View Post
    Problems with metformin are they way it affects kidneys. If you're already having decreased kidney functions I'd watch the metformin.
    Actually here a snippet from some of the research I've done

    "The kidneys are responsible for removing metformin from the body. In people with kidney damage, metformin can build up in the blood, leading to a rare but serious condition called lactic acidosis. However, research has shown metformin to have a protective effect on the kidneys if started before damage has been done; it does not cause kidney damage in healthy kidneys. Severe liver disease also increases a personís risk of developing lactic acidosis. Some doctors prescribe metformin for people with mild nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Your doctor will closely monitor your liver with blood tests if you are taking metformin and have a history of liver disease."

    https://www.diabetesselfmanagement.c...out-metformin/

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    That's a good read man thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by stonhous3535 View Post
    Problems with metformin are they way it affects kidneys. If you're already having decreased kidney functions I'd watch the metformin.
    If I was to get a full panel blood work from my doc will it tell me my kidney values or would you think that's a separate test?


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    You just have to be careful because if there is damage it’s just going to be more stress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raphael3636 View Post
    If I was to get a full panel blood work from my doc will it tell me my kidney values or would you think that's a separate test?
    Yea a blood panel will tell it. Labs will include gfr, creatinine, bun usually. And i agree with Achilles add well

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