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How to normalize creatinine 2.1 in Nephrotic Syndrome? Maybe you or your relatives are facing such a difficult situation. Please don’t worry, we are here to talk about this issue:
Relationship between kidney and creatinine
Kidneys are two bean-shaped organs within our body, normally, they can help remove metabolic products out of the body and keep creatinine at a constant level. However, when increased creatinine level occurs, it means at least 50% kidney function have been lost. And the reasonable creatinine level is 0.5-1.1mg/dL for women and 0.6-1.2mg/dL for men.
Is creatinine 2.1 serious in Nephrotic Syndrome?
After the above analysis, you can see that creatinine 2.1 is slightly higher than the normal value. However, this does not mean it is not significant to treat it timely, otherwise, it will increase constantly over time. When the value is 5, dialysis may be needed to sustain their lives.
How to normalize creatinine 2.1 in nephrotic syndrome?
1. Limit the intake of salt and stay away from foods loaded with sodium; control the intake of protein at 0.6-0.8g/kg per day, take some high-quality protein foods to meet nutritional needs, for instance, lean meat, egg white, milk and so on; follow a low fat diet; if the test show high potassium or phosphorus, their ingestion should also be restricted.
2. In clinical, some medicines may be used to excrete harmful substances including creatinine, BUN, etc. However, the underlying cause is still not resolved.
3. Take effective treatments to improve kidney function. To solve this problem, measures should be adopted to enhance renal function. Here, a set of stereoscopic therapy of TCM is recommended, which include hot compress therapy, foot bath therapy, full bath therapy, enema therapy, oral Chinese Medicine therapy and moxibustion therapy. When kidney function is improved, creatinine 2.1 in nephrotic syndrome can be controlled well.
If you are suffering from nephrotic syndrome and creatinine 2.1 or similar cases, do remember we are here to help. Anything unclear, please fill in the form below. Good luck!