Hi, I'm 51, male in India. Since I was 40, I've gone for annual checkups. The 2015 checkup showed creatinine went up to 1.2, since I was also noticing foamy urine, i consulted a reputed Nephrologist who laughed it off saying this level is expected in those who take BP medication (I'm on amlodopine+telmasartan for 7-8 yrs). Now, I've relocated and this year's checkup showed creatinine at 2.2, PSA of 25 and presence of albumin in urine. I went to a good GP this time who said while kidney functioning is deteriorating, nothing to do except stop smoking, eat less meats and get myself checked up after 6 months. My father is under moderate CKD treatment for 35 yrs
Costly prolonged treatment or transplant is not financially feasible. I'm confused what I should do, make a lifestyle change, see another doc or just make my will and wait for March next?? Any advice would be welcome.