Usually, creatinine is taken as an indicator to reflect how well your kidneys are working. Creatinine 2.0 is the commonly seen in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease. Well then, at what stage when creatinine level is 2.0?
What does it mean with creatinine level 2.0?
Creatinine is the metabolic product when our muscle do some activities. The muscle by-product is produced at a constant rate, and is discharged by the healthy kidneys. When you have a elevation of creatinine, it may reflect your kidneys’ filtration function is damaged. The normal creatinine levels range from 0.5-1.1mg/dl for females and 0.6-1.2mg/dl for males. Through the comparison, creatinine 2.0 is higher than the normal range. Normally, creatinine level won’t increase until half of renal function has been damaged. As for 2.0 creatinine level, and you have a moderate kidney damage which may indicate you has been in Stage 3 CKD. Especially if creatinine 2.0 lasts for more than 7 days, you need to pay more attention to your kidney healthy and need to consult a nephrologist to make sure the degree of kidney damage and seek for possible treatment.
Well then, how to deal with the condition?
Effects of Diet for high creatinine level.
Generally speaking, low-protein and low-sodium diet should be guaranteed, so as to reduce the burden on the kidneys. Then, patients with high creatinine level should reduce meat intake. In addition, drinking more water can be helpful, but if you have swelling or edema, you should limit water intake.
The treatment is one characterized therapy which has been widely used in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. It can help the damaged kidneys discharge extra wastes and toxins from the body and lower high creatinine level. In addition, Acupuncture, Blood Pollution Therapy, Foot Bath can be available for patients who have kidney damage. To know more detailed processes, you can submit your illness condition below or talk with our Online Doctor directly.
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