GFR of 60 or higher*: Your kidney function is in the normal range. Ask your provider when your GFR should be checked again. You still need to get your urine checked for kidney damage.
* If your lab report shows an actual number that is higher than 60, such as 75, 90, 100, consider your result as “60 or higher” and in the normal range.
GFR below 60: This may mean kidney disease. Talk to your provider about treatment to keep your kidney health at this level. Ask about: