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Old 01-11-2017, 01:06 PM
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I am applying for 189 skilled migration and during this process my wife has been called back for the medical exam as the level of SERUM CREATININE is unstable can anyone please guide me about this problem.


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Hello everyone,
I am applying for 189 skilled migration and during this process my wife has been called back for the medical exam as the level of SERUM CREATININE is unstable can anyone please guide me about this problem.
I am by no means an expert, nor a doctor or nurse.

Serum Creatinine is the test used to check kidney function. I am unsure what is meant by your wife's levels being unstable, however, the doctor may just need to run the test again to get an accurate measure of her kidney function or it could be something as simple as a kidney infection.

If your wife has any history of kidney disease she should speak to her doctor about it.


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I am applying for 189 skilled migration and during this process my wife has been called back for the medical exam as the level of SERUM CREATININE is unstable can anyone please guide me about this problem.
The only one who can guide you on this is a medical professional.

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thank you for ur reply she doesnt have any kidney problems they just asked her to get another urine test what do u reckon whats the worst outcome can be?


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I have a kidney that doesn't function properly and the serum creatinine tests regularly come back under the required limits. Many things cause this, I have underlying health issues that cause the levels to drop as well as heat, stress, too much red meat, salt and dehydration.

If you're worried go to your usual doctor and discuss it with him/her.

As for the tests themselves, my husband's medical tests came back with him having dangerously high blood pressure, probably caused by the stress of the whole immigration process. He had his blood pressure taken a few months after arriving in Australia and all was well within normal ranges.

Just calm down, and when your wife has had the tests redone, wait for the result and take it from there. There's no point in second guessing what may or may not happen at this stage.

Good luck

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