Q: hello, doctor, I am a chronic kidney disease patient with high creatinine level 6.8, anemia and proteinuria. According to my condition, how to lower high creatinine level 6.8 and proteinuria effectively?
A: According to the creatinine reference, creatinine 6.8 is much higher than the normal range, which indicates the kidney has been damaged seriously caused by series of symptoms, such as high blood pressure, etc.
As a matter of fact, our kidney can excrete hemopoietin so as to stimulate the hemopoietic functions of bone marrow. The cause of anemia and proteinuria may be caused by the glomerulus membrane damage. Once glomerulus membrane is damaged, protein and blood cells will leak into urine, causing anemia and proteinuria.
How to lower high creatinine level 6.8 and proteinuria?
If you also have the complications of high blood pressure or heart failure or swelling, the condition will be more serious. The treatment of kidney disease for these symptoms must be prompt and immediate. Otherwise, your creatinine level will increase continuously. You will feel many discomforts including nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, etc. In this case, you will have no choice but to take dialysis or kidney transplant.
In China, Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, we take immunotherapy to lower high creatinine level and other symptoms for kidney disease patients. It can help rebuild immune system and create new immune system to fight against kidney disorder. As long as kidney can work well, your high creatinine level 6.8 will be lowered naturally and protainria can also disappear.
Immunotherapy is a systemic therapy hence we need to know more details about the condition of the patient whether this therapy is suitable for you. If you still do not start dialysis, you have great chance to improve your kidney condition. The earlier treatment you take the better effects.
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