High Creatinine Level in People with FSGS

Hign Creatinine Level in People with FSGSHigh creatinine level is a common symptom for people with FSGS. Well then, what are the causes and how to treat it effectively? Let us have a look at the following contents.

What are the causes of elevated creatinine level?

FSGS refers to a medical condition in which the parts of the glomeruli became scarred. As the disorder progresses, the kidneys will fail to work normally, therefore, more and more waste products including serum creatinine will build up in the kidneys. And high creatinine level will occur when at least 50% kidney function have been lost.

Except for the above factor, dehydration, heart problem, too much intake of meat, strenuous exercises and so on can also lead to high creatinine level.

How to deal with high creatinine level in FSGS?

Based on the above contents, we can realize the best way to lower high creatinine is to restore renal function. Here, we suggest a plant-based therapy known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Compared with oral administration, it belongs to an external application of herbs. By dilating blood vessels, providing essential substances, anti-inflammation, etc, the damaged kidneys will be restored to a large extent. As a result, creatinine level will decrease.

In daily life, they can eat some cranberry or kiwi fruits, which can help increase kidney’s filtering rate. However, not all the fruits are suggested, because some fruits are abundant in potassium. Therefore, you can consult with our online doctor for better suggestions.

Except for the above contents, they can also choose some herbal teas. Such as, dandelion root, nettle leaf tea, and so on.

If you happen to be a person with FSGS and presenting high creatinine level, we are always here to help. Anything unclear, please email us:kidneyfight@hotmail.com. Best wishes!

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