He has high blood pressure but now, he has 130/80 blood pressure. But the creatinine is still 420.96. He is doing fine actually. He doesn’t feel any discomfort. He has 4 medicines for his high blood and 4 medicines for his kidney. I was wondering if with the help of medicines and discipline in what he eats, is there a chance that his creatinine will go back to normal? Once doctor said that my father has stage 4 chronic kidney disease and I would like to have a second opinion because if you look at my father, you can’t see any symptoms that he has a disease. With 420 creatinine, is there any chance that it will go back to normal?
A visitor to our website asked our Online Doctor a common question: is it OK if someone has 20% GFR and no discomfort? In fact, this is not alone. Chronicity and complexity of CKD make most of people overlook their own discomfort, which encouraging the exacerbation of renal lesions. For different patients, different physical condition has different symptoms. But this situation does not mean that you are healthy.
So it is necessary for CKD patients to take timely and effective treatments to improve the renal function. To increase your GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate), protect the remaining health and prevent the progression of renal lesion is beneficial for patients.
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