Can Creatinine Level 7 Be Reduced by Medication Only
Hello, I have been told that my creatinine was 7 in my blood test. I tested again with same result. I do not have any discomforts. Is it a wrong? Can creatinine level 7 be reduced by medication only? I do not want to undergo dialysis at all.
If you have the similar query, welcome to chat with our Online Doctor for information freely. Here, I will example why creatinine level goes up to higher and higher and how to control it.
Creatinine is a waste product of our muscle metabolism, and it is primarily excreted from body by kidneys. As it is hardly influenced by many reasons except for kidneys, it is considered as one of the imports index of how well kidneys are operating. That is to say, only when the kidneys are damaged seriously, can creatinine level goes up to 7.
In this case, the patients will have many discomforts while a great deal of toxins are deposited in the body, but not a must. Some patients do not have any symptom even if the creatinine level is more than 10.
With the respect to treatment, I highly recommend Toxin-Removing Therapy, a new natural treatment to figure out the problem from root causes. In clinic, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang Mixture, Hot Compress Therapy and others will be adopted in the whole treatment of Toxin-Removing Therapy to take away the toxins not only in the blood, but also inside the kidney inherent cells. In the meanwhile, the blood circulation is perfected, the immune system is woken up, and the renal-repairing ability is reinforced. So that, kidney function can be elevated step by step, and creatinine 7 can be lowered without dialysis.
Are you seeking for alternative treatments to dialysis for patients with creatinine 7? Do you want to improve the kidney function naturally? If yes, please leave a message below or send the medical reports to us. We will try our best to help you.
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