Creatinine level is used to measure how well your kidneys are functioning. If your creatinine keeps higher than normal persistently, it may indicate reduced renal function. How to lower creatinine 4.3? If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR. We will give professional guidance as soon as possible.
Creatinine is the byproduct waste of muscle and is filtered out of body normally.In right condition,the creatinine level keeps at a constant level: 0.5 to 1.0 mg/dL (about 45-90 μmol/l) for women and 0.7 to 1.2 mg/dL (60-110 μmol/l) for men.As creatinine level is affected by the muscle pass, creatinine level for the elderly is usually lower than that in young people.
What does creatinine 4.3 mean?
Due to powerful compensatory capacity of kidneys,creatinine level does not increase until more than half of renal function is lost.As creatinine 4.3 is far higher than normal,it means that your kidneys have been impaired significantly.If your condition is not controlled effectively, you will have to start Dialysis soon.
What are the reasons of high creatinine 4.3 and how to reduce it?
Diabetes and high blood pressure are the primary causes of high creatinine in clinic.Other conditions and diseases which can cause high creatinine include autoimmune disorder, glomerulonephritis etc.As mentioned above,high creatinine occurs when the renal function become abnormal.To lower creatinine 4.3,the primary goal of treatment is to control the underlying conditions and diseases of kidney problem.In this way, it can slow the renal function deterioration.
How to lower creatinine 4.3 with treatment? Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is an alternative treatment for kidney disease.It can stimulate the self-regeneration of the impaired kidney tissues to restore the impaired kidney tissues and improve renal function. In this way, high creatinine will be reduced fundamentally.
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