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How to Lower Creatinine Level and Keep Kidney Function

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2013-12-29 16:14

Question: Hi, I am 47 years old female. I have one kidney work at 12% and my creatinine is 4.2. I need advice how to lower the creatinine and keep function of kidney.

How to Lower Creatinine Level and Keep Kidney FunctionDoctor: High creatinine level is usually associated with kidney impairment. Creatinine 4.2 is much higher than the normal ranges 0.5-1.1 for adult female. And kidney working at 12 % means you are in the end stage of kidney disease. You have to live on dialysis to sustain your life. Dialysis takes the place of your damaged kidneys to filter the wastes and toxins building up in your body, but it can not improve kidney function, on the contrary, long time dialysis will result in the loss of kidney function. Therefore, if you want to keep the kidney function while lowering the creatinine, you should choose other treatment. Because I do not know the detailed information about your illness, I can not give the specific treatment plan. You can email your test report to kidney-healthy@hotmail.com, and then I will give the further help.

Recently, many patients benefit from the Polluted Blood Therapy. Maybe you can have a try. It is aimed at cleansing the polluted blood and recovering the hematopoiesis. When the blood is purified and blood cells are able to function properly, they can bring more nutrition and oxygen to the kidney, as a result, the damaged kidneys will gradually improve. Though the kidney can not recover completely, it can still make you get rid of dialysis and high creatinine level.

At last, hope the above information is helpful for you.

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