Questions: I have FSGS and recently I have taken a blood test in the hospital and my creatinine is 5.3. My doctor told me that the creatinine level is too high. He suggested me to do dialysis. Do I need dialysis?
Answers: I am glad to receive your email and your blood test report. First I should tell you that the creatinine level in a way reflects how well your kidneys functioning. Since you have FSGS, your kidney functions have already been affected because parts of the glomerulus are damaged.
At normal circumstance, the creatinine level is 0.5-1.3 mg/dl. Creatinine 5.3 is far beyond the normal level. If you are accompanied by severe symptoms, such as vomiting, nausea, cramps, anemia at the same time, you are suggested to do dialysis for you may have already developed into kidney failure. Dialysis can help discharge the extra creatinine.
However, there is a better choice to lower creatinine 5.3. It is a natural therapy and the creatinine 5.3 is lowered by repairing the damaged glomerular membrane basement. This therapy is called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an externally used therapy and based on the traditional Chinese medicine. It has been proved effective to treat FSGS and high creatinine level.
If you want to know how this therapy functions, you can ask the online doctor and they will tell you in detail. You can send me back to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have other questions! I am happy that I could help you!