How to Lower Creatinine 4.8 for CKD Patients without Dialysis
In most countries, dialysis is commonly used to help reduce creatinine levels and relieve some other symptoms. It is a fact that no one kidney disease patient wants to experience dialysis in the future. Once dialysis is recommended by their local doctor, they usually want to seek for alternative treatment. Here we will talk about how to help lower creatinine 4.8 without dialysis.
Firstly, patients should know that creatinine 4.8 is caused by the kidney damage and impaired renal function. Also, this level tells the condition has already developed stage 4 chronic kidney disease, it is the second advanced stage of CKD and it means the severe reduction in renal function. Actually, this stage still can be reversed, but most cases finally be put on dialysis or kidney transplant.
Creatinine 4.8 is not enough to be reduced by western medicines and healthy diet, that is because these measures are unable to deal with kidney damage. So, the key to reduce creatinine 4.8 and any other creatinine levels is to help kidneys work again. If kidney function is recovered, naturally dialysis will be avoided.
Nowadays, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and some other types of Chinese therapies including foot bath, medicated bath, oral Chinese herbal medicines, etc are used to help patients. Special functions including anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, extending blood vessels, improving blood circulation, removing blood stasis and immune complexes out of body, offering kidneys nutrients and promoting DNA replication of damaged kidney inherent cells they play can gradually repair kidney damage and recover renal function. Also, there are no any side effects.
Are you interested in this natural treatment lowering creatinine 4.8 and avoiding dialysis? If having any questions, feel free to contact us, we are glad to help more.
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