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Is There any Treatment for Alleviating Creatinine and High BUN?

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2015-05-10 16:40

Is There any Treatment for Alleviating Creatinine and High BUN?Is There any Treatment for Alleviating High BUN and Creatinine? What are the elevated BUN and creatinine symptoms? Under normal cases, the healthy kidneys make the waste products such as creatinine and urine nitrogen to be filtered and excreted from the body in urine.

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If we leave out other factors, the damaged kidneys cannot work normally, which causes elevated BUN and creatinine levels. The healthy kidneys have some kind of function, the appearance of elevated BUN and creatinine symptoms undoubtedly is related to the poor kidney function.

High creatinine may lead to fever, fatigue, lethargy or a generalized sense of malaise for CKD patients. More elevated creatinine symptoms like loss of appetite, changes in weight, dehydration, headache, shortness of breath, even a change in mental state will appear if the condition can not be controlled well.

Patients should know clearly what primary disease is and then control it well. The most important thing for you is to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function.

We hospital take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy for patients. The experts believe that dialysis is likely to be stopped as long as the kidney function can be increased to a certain level.

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