High creatinine level is an obvious sign of Chronic Kidney Disease and kidney stone is the common complication of it. Well then, can high creatinine level increase stones in kidney? Is there any relationship between them?
How does high creatinine in CKD occur?
As we all know, creatinine is the end metabolic products of creatine phosphate in our muscles. Normally, the extra creatinine should be discharged by the healthy kidneys. Since our kidneys have strong compensatory ability and they can regulate the amount of creatinine. Therefore, creatinine level won’t be increased until there is more than 50% kidney function has been damaged.
Then, how does kidney stones occur in kidney disease?
Kidney stones are a kind of kidney damage and they are the formation of small urine crystal into a hard mass. Some of them may pass through the urinary tract with little problem. What’s serious, kidney stone can induce the hydronephrosis.
Well then, can high creatinine level increase stone in kidney?
Well, for this question, up until now, there is no conclusion evidence that it does. But both kidney stones and high creatinine level are the results of the severe kidney damage. Actually, there are some kidney stones patients always complicate they have a abnormal high creatinine level. Because kidney stone can affect the kidney structure and tissues. If right measures are taken in time, kidney stone can be well controlled, otherwise, kidney stones can cause numerous health problems.
Last but not least, how to deal with high creatinine level and kidney stone?
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China, we created a series of natural remedies called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is a newest treatment to repair kidney damage and protect renal function on the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine and western medical technology. In addition, Blood Pollution Therapy is recommend to you. It aims to treat polluted blood rather than kidney. It can clear the body effectively and extra wastes like creatinine, urea, urine crystal. More details, please feel free to contact our doctors online or email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to help you.
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