I am a patient with Diabetic Nephropathy, and my Creatinine Level is 5.5 mg/dl. In addition, I have swelling in ankles. What does creatinine level 5.5 mean? Can you tell me how to lower it without Dialysis? I really do not want to take dialysis.
What does creatinine level 5.5 mean?
In clinic, the normal range of creatinine is 0.7 to 1.2 mg/dl. Meanwhile, creatinine is an important level for kidney health. When creatinine level is higher than the normal range, it means that kidney functions are damaged and less than 50%. It is because that our kidney has strong compensatory ability for metabolism, so increased creatinine level means kidney is damaged already. Creatinine level 5.5 means kidney functions are impaired seriously. You need to take timely and proper treatment to prevent the kidney from further damage.
How to lower creatinine level 5.5 in diabetic nephropathy?
Diabetic nephropathy is caused by years of uncontrolled diabetes and kidney damage, thus you should control your blood glucose first so as to prevent the progression of the condition from renal failure.
As for kidney damage, you should take timely and proper treatments to repair damaged kidney tissues and cells and improve kidney functions. Here we would like to recommend you Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can help repair damaged kidney tissues and cells and improve kidney functions from the origin without side effects.
You need control the intake of meat and reduce strenuous exercise which will lower the produce of creatinine. Of course, you also should adhere to strict diet plan to reduce kidney burden and protect residual kidney functions.
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