Creatinine level can well reflect how well your kidneys are working. Usually, elevated creatinine level means that there is something wrong with your kidneys. Of course, besides that, other causes also can cause the condition. Well then, can a High Creatinine Level can be controlled?
For the question, the answer is yes, it can be well controlled, as long as you can take correct and effective treatment. All in all, different underlying causes need different treatment plans.
High creatinine level and kidney disease
If high creatinine level is persistent or if creatinine is much higher than the normal range, it is mostly caused by kidney problems. Because kidneys are the organs which is responsible for discharging extra creatinine from the blood and discharge it through urination. What’s more, creatinine won” increase until half of renal function has been damage.
Repairing kidney damage and improving renal function is the root treatment. In order to achieve the goal, in our Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we do use a set of treatments from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for lowering creatinine level for kidney disease patients. What’s more, these treatment also can repair the impaired kidney cells and structure at the same time, just like Hot Compress Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Mai-Kang Composition and so on. If you have interest, please just email us to email@example.com or leave a message below and we will give your more tips.
High creatinine level and other diseases or conditions
Many factors can cause elevated creatinine levels such as dehydration, creatine supplement, strenuous exercises, or too much intake of meat and proteins and so on.
1. Proper and friendly-kidney diet like low-protein, low-salt and low-creatine diet plan.
2. Avoid the strenuous exercise.
3. Drink a right amount of water according to your illness condition.
Through the above analysis, we can see that only finding out the underlying cause of high creatinine level, can you take the effective treatment to control its level.
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