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Uric acid 752, creatinine 115, is the possibility of chronic renal failure?

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Male, 30 years old, weighing 210 kg, height 184cm. Before that, the skin of the lower leg was itchy and ulcerated for two years. It was easy to doze off. In the past, the living habits were not good. They often stayed up all night and slept the next day. They ate too much and ate too much when they were not hungry. They didn't like to eat vegetables, eat visceral and fat meat, don't drink alcohol, and there has been no gout. Five years without physical examination, this year's physical examination blood pressure, normal blood sugar, mild cholesterol. It was found out that hyperuricemia and creatinine were also high. The doctor said that creatinine may be caused by hyperuricemia. He prescribed fibrate. In the first week, he took fibrate, and uric acid decreased from more than 700 to more than 400. Creatinine slightly decreased, but it still exceeded the standard. Later, he reduced fibrate to one quarter of a tablet every day, and uric acid increased again. Up to now, he has been eating half a tablet every day. The urine test has been normal. The pH is within the range, sometimes acidic and sometimes alkaline, Creatinine was never normal. The picture is my last blood test. Would like to ask the doctor what is my situation?

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