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Lifespan is a hotly discussed question among patients with FSGS. How long can I live with creatinine 8.7 in FSGS? A patient asked me a few days ago. Keep on reading and find the answer.
What does it mean with creatinine 8.7 in FSGS?
Creatinine is the metabolic product of muscle. It is often used as an indicator of kidney function. If the creatinine level is higher than the normal level of 0.5-1.3mg/dl, the kidney function may have declined. Creatinine 8.7 is far more than the normal level. FSGS may have already developed into kidney failure with creatinine 8.7.
How long can you live?
Though creatinine is that high, how long can you live do not only depend on the creatinine level. Many other factors should also be taken into consideration, such as the ages, the illness condition, and the treatment. While among these factors, the treatment is the most important one.
Some patients in kidney failure are treated by dialysis. If patients receive good effects, they can live another 5 years or more. But there are also cases that patients on dialysis die within months. It is really hard to tell you the exact answer.
If you are in a serious condition and kidney function goes on to decline, doctor always suggest you to do kidney transplant. But there is a great risk of doing transplant.
How to prolong your lifespan?
To prolong your lifespan, the root method is to improve kidney function. What treatment can achieve this goal? Here I introduce you one of the Chinese medicine, which is called Hot Compress therapy. This therapy is externally used. The herbs will take effect with an osmosis device. This therapy can repair the damaged kidney function by dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix. Besides, the herbs can also provide kidneys nutritions.
With an improved kidney function, you can live longer. The creatinine 8.7 in FSGS can be lowered naturally. If you have any other questions, you can send an email to email@example.com, the kidney doctor will give you more information.
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