What do the outcomes mean?

If your outcomes show a larger than ordinary volume of renin, it might mean you have:

If your outcomes show a lessen than ordinary volume of renin, it might mean you have:

Most normally, your renin check outcomes will be in contrast with aldosterone check outcomes. These outcomes might show 1 of the following:

  • Lessen than ordinary renin/Lessen than ordinary aldosterone. This might mean you have Cushing’s syndrome, a dysfunction in which the adrenal glands make also significantly of a hormone called cortisol.
  • Lessen than ordinary renin/Better than ordinary aldosterone. This might mean you have PA.
  • Better than ordinary renin/Lessen than ordinary aldosterone. This might mean you have Addison ailment.
  • Better than ordinary renin/Better than ordinary aldosterone. This might mean you have secondary aldosteronism. In this dysfunction, a healthcare situation in another part of the entire body leads to the adrenal glands to make also significantly aldosterone. These ailments contain diseases of the heart, liver, and kidneys.

Depending on your outcomes, your provider might endorse drugs and/or diet program and life style changes to handle your situation.

If you have thoughts about your outcomes, speak to your health treatment provider.

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