Re: Help with GFR .. Freaking out
Don't forget that the GFR is actually "e"GFR, which stands for estimated. Anything above 60 is considered normal,, so you are close to that. If you were ill, this could affect the result as well. A one time test doesn't tell you much, especially since your other values are normal. What you need to do is monitor over time (months and years). Try not to worry too much. I'm not a doc, but things don't look too bad from my perspective (long time renal patient).
Dxd T1 1966, 2001 dialysis, 2002 kidney transplant, 2003 insulin pump, 2008 pancreas transplant