Some Chronic Kidney Disease patients or Kidney Failure patients may suffer from high creatinine level 3.3 and GFR 22 due to severe kidney damage. In the condition, various symptoms and complications is more likely to attack patients which affect patients health and normal life. Therefore, improving the condition is very important. Then, how to do? Follow me and find out the treatments.
To be frank, Glomerular Filtration Rate and Creatinine level can be taken as the reliable indicator to reflect how well your kidneys are function well. Let’s see the meaning of creatinine 3.3 and GFR 22.
What does mean of creatinine level 3.3?
Creatinine 3.3 is much higher than the normal level which ranges from 0.5-1.2mg/dl. It may indicate there are more than half of renal function has been lost. Then the damaged kidney cannot filter wastes and toxins from the body effectively, extra creatinine will pile up, resulting high creatinine level.
What does mean of GFR 22?
GFR 22 is so low that kidney fails to function well. What’s more, according to GFR, kidney disease is divided into five stages, as for GFR22, it means you are in Stage 4 Kidney Disease which may need to dialysis or kidney transplant in the near further.
Well then, what treatment can help improve the condition?
First of all, you should take the effective treatment so as to timely control the progression of illness condition. With the creatinine 3.3 and GFR 22, your kidney have been damaged severely. Repairing kidney damage and protecting renal function is very essential. Hence, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to you. It is an innovated treatment which combines with Chinese herbal medicine and advanced medical equipment. To know more details, you can mail us to email@example.com or leave a message below directly.
Then, developing a scientific and healthy diet can be helpful for protecting remaining kidney function. Since diet plan should be individualized, you can talk with our Online Doctor according to your illness condition and you will get a personalized answer.
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