Creatinine 6 Should you do dialysis or Chinese Medicine Therapy
“Hello, sir. If you have creatinine 6, and you do not have any discomforts, should you do dialysis or Chinese medicine therapy?”
Do you know what the creatinine relates to?
Creatinine is one of the wastes produced by muscle in our body. Due to the strong force of kidneys, the creatinine level in the blood will go up until the kidneys are damaged at least 50%. So that, creatinine 6 stands for the fourth stage of Chronic Kidney Disease (kidney failure stage). In this case, the kidney can not finish its own functions at all. Therefore, patients will have lots of discomforts or even a fragile high-risk life. Hence, appropriate action is needed to improve illness condition.
Which features would dialysis or Chinese medicine realize?
Dialysis is to filter the blood through a dialysis machine. During the treatment, less blood will be transferred to kidneys, and thus the renal anemia and renal anoxia will be worsened, resulting in lowered kidney function. Besides, the patients have many troubles in dialysis. In this, more and more patients want to avoid dialysis.
Chinese medicine includes Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath, Medical Bath, Moxibustion Therapy, Immunotherapy and so on, in which special herbs will be applied externally or orally to create a great environment for the kidney to recover. Meanwhile, there natural treatments can promote blood circulation, inhibit inflammations, dissolve toxins and accomplish other effects. Consequently, the creatinine 6 will be dropped down spontaneously and the patients can live a better life.
What options should we do?
To be honest, the patients must take the medicines on the basis of their personally illness conditions.
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