High creatinine level is a common symptom for Kidney Failure or Chronic Kidney Disease patients. If you are diagnosed with creatinine level 11.8, what are the consequences? Do you know how to deal with this condition? If you have no idea, please read on.
Creatinine level is one of important indicators to reflect how well your kidneys are functioning. Creatinine is the metabolic product of our muscles and the extra creatinine should be filtered out of the body by the healthy kidneys. Also, a part of creatinine comes from the the meat products we eat. The normal creatinine level is about 0.5-1.1mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.2mg/dl for female. Generally speaking, if you have high creatinine level 5 or above due to kidney damage, dialysis is needed to lower its high level. If you have high creatinine without kidney damage, when it increases to 8, dialysis may be needed to reduce this abnormal level. For creatinine level 11.8, it is too higher than the normal range, and it indicates that there is something wrong with your kidneys. It implies that a large amount of wastes and toxins have already build up in your body and cause the further kidney damage. As a matter of fact, high creatinine level is not easy to occur unless more than 50 percentage of renal function has been lost.
In view of this, patients with high creatinine 11.8 have been in the Kidney Failure or Stage 5 Kidney Disease and they will experience numerous symptoms, such as poor appetite, vomiting and nausea, frequent urination or oliguria, skin problems, high blood pressure and so on.
In order to lower its high level, in most countries, dialysis is widely used in clinical. But to be fair, one one is willing to undergo dialysis.
Alternative treatments are created by our kidney experts who work in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China. For example, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is widely used to lower high creatinine level and repair kidney damage as well as protect renal function. If you want to learn more info, please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your time!
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