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Creatinine 5.4, Urea 177 and Hemoglobin 8: What Should I Do

I had kidney transplant 20 years ago and my mother was a donor. Now, I am 44 years and my transplanted kidney isn’t working properly. My urea is 177, creatinine 5.4 and hemoglobin 8. What can I do?

Creatinine 5.4 and urea 177 are much higher than the normal, while hemoglobin 8 is lower than the normal value. These test results reveal transplanted kidneys fail to filter out waste products and toxins properly and secrete enough EPO. Lack of EPO makes the body to produce fewer red blood cells that can cause anemia easily.

To deal with this problem, we recommend the following treatment options:

- Western and Chinese medicines: To lower creatinine and urea level in the blood, some detoxification medicines, both western and Chinese, have an effect of cleansing blood and removing out waste products and toxins. Learn to choose correct medicines, with doctor’s guidance.

- Medicated Bath: It is one therapy that can help improve blood circulation all over the body and prompt sweating. Therefore, it is able to help ease patients’ renal anemia and lower creatinine and urea level.

- Micro-Chinese Medicine Hot Compress Therapy: Focusing on repairing damaged kidney cells and protecting remaining kidney functioning tissues, this therapy is worth a try. Learn more about these therapies, you can send email to kidneyabc@hotmail.com or leave a message below.

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