In most countries, dialysis is a common treatment which is used for lowering high creatinine level. Meanwhile, it is also difficult to undergo dialysis because no one is willing to undergo this treatment because of its potential side effects and expensive costs. Therefore, they all have such desire, namely say goodbye to dialysis. Then, how to do?
To be frank, high creatinine level is always associated with severe kidney damage. It can be regarded as a indicator to reflect how well your kidneys are working. In normal condition, kidney is responsible for discharging extra creatinine level from bloodstream. However, when there is something wrong with your kidneys, creatinine level may build up in the body and creatinine level also increases. Generally speaking, the healthy kidneys keep creatinine within the normal range which is at 0.5-1.1mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.2mg/dl for male. According to clinical practices, when the creatinine level increases to 5mg/dl, dialysis may be suggested to you by your doctors.
Now, let’s see how to lower high creatinine level without dialysis?
In China, our Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital owns characterized Chinese medical therapies and advanced medical equipment and our professional nephrologist. Through their combination, we have treated many kidney disease patients who come from domestic and overseas. For example, Blood Pollution Therapy is the newest treatment to relieve symptoms and repair kidney damage. Actually, it does not treat kidney, but clean the blood. Only the blood of the body can be cleaned, can patients live a healthy life. In addition, Micro-Chinese Medicine is also commonly used for lowering high creatinine level. It is a combination of Chinese medicine and advanced medical equipment. The active ingredient will permeate into kidney lesions and stay in the body, then they will play their roles. Thus blood vessels can be dilated, blood circulation can be promoted, and wastes and toxins can be discharged. Taking the treatment regularly, your high creatinine level will be reduced from underlying causes. More details, please mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org or ask our online doctors directly.
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