What is life expectancy for people with creatinine 8? It has became a heated issue among people with kidney disease and high creatinine level. What’s the answer? I am sorry to say there is no specific number can make a reference to you. If you happen to be a patient with creatinine 8, please read on and the following contents will be expected to be helpful for you.
Creatinine is the metabolic products of our muscle activity and the meat we eat, and normally the extra creatinine should be filtered from the body by the kidneys. High creatinine level is always associated with kidney disease. The normal range of creatinine is 0.5-1.1 mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.2 mg/dl for male. As for creatinine 8, it is obvious higher than the normal range and it implies that your kidney disease has entered into the end stage of real disease. In this stage, dialysis is widely used to lower high creatinine level. If you undergo dialysis to lower high creatinine 8, the life expectancy is also different since the illness condition differs person to person. Some dialysis patients can live 5-10 years even longer, while others can not.
What I want to emphasize is that there is a fact no one is willing to undergo dialysis. Although dialysis is a fast and effective treatment to lower high creatinine level, but long-term dialysis do harm to kidneys.
Is there any alternative treatment to help people avoid dialysis? Creatinine 8 results from serious kidney damage and reduced number of healthy nephrons. To lower creatinine 8, the patients should have a treatment to restore kidney damage and increase the healthy nephrons. For this goal, Blood Pollution Therapy is strongly recommended to you. It can purify blood by eliminating all kinds of waste products and toxins from body. Also, it can supply some essential elements for repairing the impaired kidney. As long as kidney damage is restored, high creatinine level is also reduced gradually and the life span will be prolonged to some extent.
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