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“I have been diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome for more than 5 years, my recent reports show that my creatinine has reached 2.6, and hemoglobin is about 100. What can I do to deal with and low hemoglobin?” These words come from an Indian patient. I know many other patients also suffer from this problem, so I hope this article can give them some helpful information.
High creatinine in nephrotic syndrome
Creatinine is a kind of metabolic waste and its value is an indicator of kidney function. Normally, it can be kept at a constant level and the reasonable value is 0.6~1.2mg/dL for men and 0.5~1.1mg/dL for women. However, when more than 50% kidney function is lost, high creatinine will come into being.
Low hemoglobin in nephrotic syndrome
Hemoglobin is a kind of protein in red blood cells and it can distribute oxygen to the body tissues and cells to meet the demand of out body. Normally, kidney can secrete EPO, which can stimulate the bone marrow to produce red blood cells. For these patients, their kidneys can’t secrete enough EPO to maintain a normal red blood count, so the hemoglobin which is in red blood cell will decrease consequently. What’s more, toxins accumulating in blood can shorten the life span of red blood cell, which also can be a reason of low hemoglobin.
How to improve this condition?
1. Take timely treatments: They can effectively improve kidney function to alleviate the above conditions. Effective treatments inlcuding Immunotherapy, Blood Pollution Therapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can all be your reliable choices.
2. Keep a reasonable diet: Limit protein intake, reduce salt intake, be cautious of potassium and phosphorus and take more vitamins and minerals.
3. Keep a positive attitude towards the disease.
We really hope the above information can help nephrotic syndrome patients control their high creatinine and low hemoglobin well. Have an interest? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org.