“I am a patient with Diabetic Nephropathy, and suffer from creatinine level 6.8. Can my kidneys get normal?” The question I get from our email address: email@example.com. Here, we will get further understanding of the question. If you still have any questions after reading, you can email to us or leave a message below directly.
Creatinine 6.8 in diabetic kidney disease absolutely indicates the patient’s kidney has been damaged severely. In the condition, most patients are recommended to receive dialysis treatment. However, if you do have urine output, putting off dialysis as long as you can may be good choice. Because having urination means you still have functioning nephrons. Of course, it is very important to take effective and natural treatments as early as possible so as to stop deterioration of kidney damage. Therefore, it is a great chance to improve renal function.
Well then, how to improve renal function with the conditions?
Actually, the first thing is to control the sugar, pressure and lipid level. Then, it is important to improve poor blood circulation inner the kidney, that is to correct of lack of blood and oxygen inner the kidney. Last, we should try to repair kidney cells which get the injury from the insufficient blood circulation. If you are interest in the following treatments, you can add my Whatsapp or Viber +8615512139310 and we are ready to help you!
What treatment can be helpful?
In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, systemic Chinese therapies are commonly used to repair kidney damage and recover renal function. Among them, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the most popular therapy. It can help dilate blood vessels, increase blood circulation, remove toxins and wastes out and bring more nutrition and oxygen to kidneys with the increased blood volume. Through systemic treatment, it can help repair your damaged kidney tissues and improve immune system, then it can prevent further kidney damage and stop your progression, which can make a good prognosis for you. Through systemic treatment, you have great chance to get your kidneys into normal level.
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