A person with creatinine 6.3 means that his kidneys are unable to discharge creatinine from the body effectively. Along with such a high creatinine level, other symptoms also may accompany with patients like nausea, vomiting, fatigue, poor appetite. Well then, can 6.3 creatinine level be lowered by medicines?
Actually, lowering elevated creatinine level is always discussed among patients with Chronic Kidney Disease or Kidney Failure. Here, I can tell you simply depending on western medications are not enough to lower high creatinine level. Although they can help lower elevated creatinine level, they fail to repair kidney damage and improve renal function.
Some studies have shown that Traditional Chinese Medicines have an active effect on dealing with kidney damage and relieving related symptoms. Here, in our hospital, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China, we do mainly use innovated treatments from TCM.
Actually, it is an external application of Chinese herbal medicines which should put on the patient’s lower back. Under the help of osmosis device, the active properties will enter into the internal body and play functions of dilating blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading extracelluar matrix and supplying necessary nutrients. These will lay a solid foundation for enhancing kidney cells’ self-handling ability. As long as kidney function gets improvement, high creatinine level will be lowered naturally. Some patients can successfully reduce their elevated creatinine level with the treatment but no Dialysis. Do you want to try it? Then, attach your test reports to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave your message in the form below.
In addition, healthy lifestyles and healthy diet plan are very important to cooperate with the therapy. They can help control or even slow down the progression of illness conditions to some extent. To get individualized suggestions, free to contact with us!
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