Creatinine is the waste product of muscle metabolism. It is filtrated by glomerular. It may differ from people to people. But there is a normal range of creatinine level, which is 0.6-1.2 mg/dl. The creatinine level may rise after intense exercise, or high-protein diet. But it will return to normal after taking a rest. But long time high creatinine level is relevant to kidney disease. Creatinine level of 6.2 is obviously much higher than the normal level.
The excessive creatinine will be filtrated by glomerular when it functions well. But when the glomerular is damaged, the extra creatinine cannot be removed out of our body and it will build up in the blood, causing high creatinine level. It is an indicator of kidney function. Once it is elevated, 50% of your kidney function has already lost. Creatinine level of 6.2 means that you have already entered the stage of kidney failure. So what should you do with this high creatinine level? Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to you. It is a natural therapy to cure kidney disease. when you goes into kidney failure, most hospitals will provide the replacement method---dialysis to help the kidney discharge the waste product out of the blood. Dialysis can effectively lower the creatinine level, but it is not the long-term plan for it will not improve the kidney function. With long-term dialysis, many other complications will occur to worsen kidney function.
Different from dialysis, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy not aims at lowering high creatinine, but repairing the damaged glomerular. Once glomerular works well, the extra creatinine will naturally be filtered. Many patients with this therapy has received a good effect. Another advantage of this therapy is that it is an externally used therapy with no side-effect. As long as the creatinine level declines, it is not easy to go up again.
Creatinine level of 6.2 is too high for kidneys to well finish its job. But do not worry, because the natural therapy---Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is provided for you.
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