How to Reduce Creatinine Level from 10.5 to 1.5 in Lupus Nephritis
High creatinine level is common in lupus nephritis patients, then, how to reduce creatinine level from 10.5 to 1.5 in lupus nephritis? Follow me to find the answer.
In normal case, the creatinine level is no more than 1.5 mg/dl, and it can not be affected by diet or normal physical exercises. However, in lupus nephritis, due to the kidneys are damaged by lupus, the failed kidneys can not carry out its function as normal, so, creatinine can not be removed from the body and massive creatinine accumulate within kidneys, so, high creatinine level occurs, for example, creatinine 10.5.
Then, how to reduce creatinine level from 10.5 to 1.5 in lupus nephritis?
Dialysis is a kidney replacement therapy, in fact, it really can lower creatinine level effectively. However, it is just an emergency method, long-term dialysis can lead to a series of side effects and patients will lose all the renal function eventually. Mostly, once dialysis is stopped, the illness condition will become more severe.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy
It is an innovative method in Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital, it applies Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) and modern technology and equipment. It is used externally and no side effects. Mostly, by dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, changing the condition of hypoxia and ischemia, repairing renal damage, kidney function can be improved. Once kidneys function as normal, high creatinine level can be lowered, so, it is possible to reduce creatinine level from 10.5 to 1.5.
Characterized diet management
Lupus nephritis patients should avoid some high creatinine foods, such as, rich protein foods, animal inner organs, butter, red meats, white bread, sweets, dairy, white flour, caffeine-containing drinks so as to reduce the burden of failed kidneys and decrease creatinine 10.5.
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