How to Reduce Creatinine 4.3 in Nephritis
How to reduce creatinine 4.3 in nephritis? If you or your relatives are plagued by this problem, please follow me to find the answer.
Nephritis refers to a medical condition in which inflammation occur in one or both of the kidneys. And creatinine(mainly serum creatinine) level is a major index to measure kidney function.
In normal condition, creatinine level can be kept at a constant level, and the normal value is 0.5-1.1mg/dL for women and 0.5-1.2mg/dL for men. And the onset of elevated creatinine level usually indicates more than 50% kidney function have been injured.
Creatinine 4.3 is a severe condition, if left uncontrolled or poorly controlled, nephritis patients have to resort to dialysis to excrete the wastes and prolong their lives.
How to reduce creatinine 4.3 in nephritis?
To lower creatinine 4.3 effectively, the most fundamental way is to restore kidney function. At our Peking Tung Shin Tang Chinese Medical Hospital, hot compress therapy is strongly recommended.
By dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, providing nutrients for the damaged kidneys and stimulating the self-regeneration ability of the damaged kidney tissues, renal function can be improved eventually. In this way, creatinine 4.3 will be reduced or return back to normal level. Have an interest about the herbal list? You are suggested to email to firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
Besides, a proper diet can also help manage this condition. Normally, the diet tips can be low-salt, low-fat, low-quantity but high-quality protein. If necessary, low-potassium and low-phosphorus diet are also helpful. Luckily, such a diet list have been concluded by our experienced nephrologists, if you want to know more, please get instant help from our Online Doctors!
If you happen to be a person with nephritis and creatinine 4.3, we do believe the above methods can be beneficial. Any doubts, please let us know by leaving us a message below.
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