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Should Creatinine Level 2.23 Be Worried in IgA Nephropathy


2017-09-22 11:29

Should Creatinine Level 2.23 Be Worried in IgA NephropathyKidney Disease patients may wonder what is the level of Creatinine should they worry. Should Creatinine level 2.23 be worried in IgA Nephropathy? This is one of the most common questions.

If you also want to know the answer, please go on reading. Or you can consult our free ONLINE DOCTOR directly.

Creatinine level

As we all know, creatine level is a common standard to judge patient’s kidney functioning condition. Creatinine is the byproduct of metabolism of muscle of the body and meat we intake. Commonly it is filtered exclusively by the kidneys and the creatinine level of the blood keep in a stable range (0.5-1.3mg/dl). However, for patients with kidney disease, they often have high creatinine level in their blood.

Creatinine 2.23 is much higher than the normal level that there are lots of factors cause the elevated creatinine level.

Too much meat intake, doing strenuous exercise, and the most serious one—damaged kidney tissues and cells. Therefore, we should take the corresponding measures to reduce creatinine 2.23.

Treatment methods for reducing creatinine 2.23

If elevated creatinine 2.23 is caused by too much meat intake or strenuous exercise, patients need to control meat intake and decrease exercise intensity.

If they fail to work, you have to take proper medicine treatments to repair the damaged kidneys and improve renal function from the root. Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments are recommended such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Medicated Bath, Moxibustion Therapy, etc, which can help repair kidney lesion, inhibit renal fibrosis, protect the residual renal function and improve renal function to some extent. In the early stage of IgA Nephropathy, your condition is possible to be reversed with timely and proper treatments.

You should worry when creatinine is 2.23 in IgA Nephropathy. If you want to know more details, please send your present medical reports and whatsapp or phone number to kidneyabc@hotmail.com or leave a message in the below form. Best wishes!

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