Creatinine 11? Oh, god, it is amazing. Facing too much high creatinine level, what can we do and what should we do? Absolutely, we have to find out good methods to lower its level to the certain degree.
First, let’s have a look at what does mean of creatinine 11
As we all know, creatinine has two sources--one is our daily diet, another is our metabolism of our muscle. Normally, creatinine is discharged out of the body by kidneys as waste product. The normal range of creatinine level is 0.5-1.1mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.2mg/dl for male. Compared to the it’s normal range, creatinine 11 is extremely higher. How bad is it? You must have a well understanding.
Since our kidneys have a strong compensatory ability. Although there is one kidney fail to function adequately, the another is still can function well. Therefore, in this case, symptoms will not occur. Even so, high creatinine level can still occur unless more than half of renal function are damaged. Therefore, creatinine 11 implies that there is severely damage on kidneys and the illness condition may have developed into ESRD.
Then, how to lower creatinine level 11?
It is a fast and effective methods to remove waste products and toxins out of the body. It uses a special fluid that contains a mixture of pure water and chemicals to carefully pull waste and excessive water out of your body without removing substances in the body needs. What’s more, once you begin to undergo dialysis, it can not stop freely unless your creatinine level reduces to large extent.
It is a natural remedy to lower high creatinine level. And according to clinical practice, this therapy has overcome the side effects if dialysis and you may as well try it. It is a innovation based on TCM, but used externally. How about this, if you are interested in this therapy, please talk with our online doctor directly or leave a message below, and we will reply you after seeing it.
To sum up, creatinine 11 is a serious problem and you must take immediate treatment. If you still have no idea what you can do, you can ask help from us. Good luck!
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