Creatinine 5.5 is too much higher than the normal range for a CKD patients with diabetes, which means patients have already been in Kidney Failure stage. Many options can help lower such a high creatinine level, well then, will ketosteril help?
What is the ketosteril?
Ketosteril is a kind of western medicine, which is mainly used to help lower the high creatinine level. The medicine is used when patients’ GFR are lower than 25 ml/min. And patients need to follow a low protein diet.
Can the medicine help decrease creatinine 5.5?
It is not doubt that ketosteril can help lower the high creatinine level effectively. But similar with other kinds of western medicines, the long-term intake of ketosteril also can induce some side effects for patients. In addition, once patients stop taking it, the creatinine level may be increase again. Therefore, on the one hand, you should take the medicine under the doctor’s guidance. On the other hand, you also should look for alternative treatments.
Well then, what treatments can help lower creatinine level without side effects?
Considering that high creatinine level is caused by severe kidney damage (due to long-term diabetes), the treatments should not only focus on repairing kidney damage, but also controlling blood sugar well. In Kidney Service China, natural treatments can be your best choices.
Here we recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which uses traditional Chinese herbal medicine, and it is an external treatment. Through the systemic treatment, it can help repair the kidney damage and improve the kidney function, then the creatinine level can be reduced naturally and fundamentally.
In addition, other treatments like Medicated Bath, Blood Pollution Therapy, Foot Bath, etc can help lower high creatinine level effectively. To know whether you can use the treatments or not, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly and we are ready to help you.
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