Make that e-GFR, not e-CFR. Stoopid fingers.
Do you take anti-inflammatories for your fibromyalgia? These could be affecting your kidney function. Some people don't know that NSAIDS, whether prescription or over-the-counter can greatly effect kidney function. You really need to see a nephrologist or discuss your meds with your doctor to see which ones you may have to discontinue or reduce. Good luck.
Thanks for your comment!
Still haven't heard back from the doc. Grrrrr.
Got most recent blood test results and GFR is still in the 50s. Creatinine slightly elevated. I don't take NSAIDs for the fibro, but have taken them for a bad knee and headaches for a few years. Was also in Lyme treatment for a long time (5 years ago) and wondering if the antibiotics might have not done a number on the kidneys.
Thanks again and will keep posting with updates. :)