In medical, both creatinine and BUN level can be regarded as indicators of renal function. So many patients are worried about whether they have kidney disease with high levels of BUN and creatinine. With elevated BUN and Creatinine level, should I be concerned. To know the answer, we should know what does high BUN and creatinine mean and if it is always worth concerning.
First, let’s have a look at meaning of creatinine level and BUN level.
Creatinine is the metabolic product of our muscle and one part of creatinine come from the meat products. As for BUN (blood urea nitrogen), it is a waste product when protein is metabolized. In normal condition, kidneys will remove most of the urea and creatinine from the bloodstream. When the kidneys are not functioning as well as they should, extra urea and creatinine will build up in the blood, causing high blood urea nitrogen and high creatinine level. Therefore, in most condition, the two indexes are associated with kidney disease, but they do not always related to kidney damage. The symptoms can be caused by dehydration, certain medicines, and improper diet intake and so on.
Well then, should high creatinine and high BUN draw my attention?
Since elevated blood urea nitrogen and creatinine can be caused by many condition, so not all conditions should be drew your attention. But the symptoms are caused by Kidney Disease or Kidney Failure, you should be concerned about it. What’s more, you should take effective treatment as early as possible. Here we will introduce a comprehensive and natural treatment called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. The treatment aims at repairing kidney damage and improving renal function through promoting blood circulation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix. Only the kidney function get recovery from the therapy, can your high creatinine level and BUN level reduced fundamentally. To be frank, it is a combination of Chinese herbal medicines and advanced medical equipment. And after many years of applying, it has achieved great successes and accepted by more and more patients and nephrologist.
How do I know the symptoms are caused by kidney damage?
If you doctor find your creatinine and BUN level are higher than the normal range in your blood test, your doctor will do further test to make sure whether it is cause by the kidneys. To get an individualized diagnosis and possible treatment, you can submit your illness condition in the form below or mail us to firstname.lastname@example.org
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