Kidney Transplant regards as the last choice for patients with Kidney Failure. But many patients complain that high creatinine level goes up again after kidney transplant. Some asked that should I choose dialysis with the high creatinine level?
Why high creatinine level will occur again after kidney transplant?
A successful kidney transplant will enable kidney new functions and prolong the lifespan of patients with kidney disease. But not all the surgeries are successful. Organ rejection is a common symptom of kidney transplant and nearly all patients with kidney transplant will suffer from organ rejection in different degree. The rejection will cause damage to kidney and cause high creatinine level.
After kidney transplant, patients are more susceptible to be affected by various infections due to low immunity. So the kidney will be attacked by the infections and cause kidney damage. With damaged kidney, the creatinine level will go up again.
Should I choose dialysis?
In fact, some patients will start dialysis shortly after kidney transplant. Some may start in months or years if high creatinine level appears. Dialysis can help remove the extra creatinine away and lower the burden of kidney.
The transplanted kidney are not as stong as the original one. Long-term dialysis will cause damage to kidney. You are suggested to try this natural therapy: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This therapy is externally used. It is developed from the traditional Chinese medicine. By dialing the blood vessel, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix, the damaged kidney cells can be repaired and kidney function can be improved.
High creatinine level after kidney transplant is a common symptom, you are suggested to manage a proper diet to lower the creatinine level and reduce the burden of kidney. Whether you choose dialysis or not, it depends on your own condition. You can consult the online doctor or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, the kidney doctor will help you!
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