Blood results show slightly low kidney function

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I have had some blood test resukts back that show a slight dip in my kidney function. I suffer with anxiety so this has caused my anxiety to be at an all time high. I have to have more bloods done in a few weeks but i am currently a wreck and have cobvinced myself i have kidney failure.

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    No need to worry about your blood test. Just let the doctors do the test and then explain why your creatinine levels or other kidney related levels are low. It's highly unlikely that a slight dip would suggest total renal failure. Don't sweat it I bet you will be fine.

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      Thanks Johmny. I am trying to stay positive and not over think which is defo my problem at times.
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    It happens all the time to all of us. The mind is very powerful, the law of reap what you sow is real. So if you plant something in your mind and dwell on it long enough it will come to light. So just be careful about worrying too much. Lord knows I've done my share of it. I'm in and out of doctors offices at least twice a week with each visit a potential devastating news. I've finally learned to just go with the flow and not worry about something I can't change, or that I could make worse. With my cancer it's hard at times to not worry, especially when my blood counts keep crashing and my doctor visits keep increasing. But you have to just relax and say to yourself, you know what it does me know good to worry about this, just give it to the lord and rest assure. It's good to know your body and recognize your symptoms but never good to let them take over your mind. Best of luck to you I hope I could give you some peace of mind.

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