Creatinine is the metabolic waste of muscle. Serum creatinine level is one of the indicators of how well kidney is functioning. High serum creatinine level is a sign of kidney problem. How to decrease serum creatinine level?
Why would serum creatinine level be elevated?
Creatinine is one of the waste products in our body, which should be filtered out by kidneys. As we all know that kidney is the blood cleaner of our body, which is responsible to filter the waste products and toxins in the blood. If kidney is damaged, especially the glomerulus, which is the main filtering part of kidney, the waste products and toxins cannot be discharged. So creatinine level in blood will be elevated. There will be high serum creatinine level.
How to decrease serum creatinine level?
This therapy aims at repairing damaged kidney lesions and improving kidney function. It is natural and safe.
This therapy has been proved effective for treating kidney disease. It is externally used with the help of an permeameter. Two bags of herbs are put in the lower back and the permeameter will transmit them into our body through skin. With the blood circulation, they will reach into kidney lesions. The herbs cannot only repair the damaged kidney lesions, but also can supply our body some nutritions. Once the damaged kidney lesions are repaired, extra creatinine will be filtered out and the high serum creatinine level can be decreased.
It is commonly used in clinic. Dialysis acts as an artificial kidney. It can help kidney discharge the waste products and toxins in blood. The high serum creatinine level can be decreased a lot with dialysis. But dialysis is not recommended as the first choice. Once you start dialysis, it is hard to stop it. Long-term dialysis will further damage your kidney. So you should ask your doctor for whether your condition is serious enough to start dialysis.
Besides the two methods, you should also pay attention to your diet. A proper diet can also help you decrease the serum creatinine level and reduce the burden of kidneys. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a detailed food lists.
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