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How to Deal With Diabetic Nephropathy with Creatinine 4.0


2017-08-30 17:15

How to Deal With Diabetic Nephropathy with Creatinine 4.0Diabetes has various damages like skin damage, feet damage and so on. Years of uncontrolled diabetes may damage kidney to develop into Diabetic Nephropathy (diabetic kidney disease). Elevated Creatinine is one of its clinical symptoms. How to deal with this problem?

Do you have the similar problem? If yes, please go on reading this article or consult ONLINE DOCTOR directly and freely.

Why creatinine level increases in diabetes?

In general, kidney is responsible for discharging the extra creatine from the body effectively and creatinine level will keep in a stable condition. However, when kidney function is damaged more than half of kidney function, creatinine level will increase obviously.

As for creatinine 4.0, it is much higher than the normal level (0.5-1.3mg/dl). Thus urgent solution should be taken.

How to deal with diabetic nephropathy with creatinine 4.0?

1. Control high blood sugar level.

Generally, high blood sugar brings you further damage to kidneys, therefore, it is very necessary to control your blood sugar. It is reported that patients with Kidney Failure caused by diabetes will start Dialysis earlier than patients with kidney failure caused by other diseases.

2. Repair kidney damage and increase kidney function.

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatments are widely used as the main treatment and western medicines are as the second choice to relieve some severe symptoms.

Toxin-Removing Treatment is a collective term that contains a series of Chinese medicine treatments such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated bath, Foot bath, Moxibustion therapy, etc. They can remove blood stasis, dilate blood vessels, promote blood circulation, and provide nutrients and oxygen to kidney to repair kidney damage and increase kidney function.

With the improved renal function, creatinine and other wastes are able to be filtered effectively by kidney itself and high creatinine 4.0 can be reduced naturally.

When you are diagnosed with Diabetic Nephropathy and high creatinine level, please do not worry. If you want to know more details about treatments for them, please leave a message in the below form or email your present medical reports to kidneyabc@hotmail.com.

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