How to Lower Creatinine Level in PKD
When the kidney tissues are damages and taken by the growth and enlargement of renal cysts, PKD patients would suffer renal insufficient. At this time, their creatinine, the representative of wastes products in blood, would be higher than normal. With so many wastes products retention, many complications occur and the kidney metabolism burden also can be increased. So lowering creatinine is important for PKD patients live a high quality life.
PKD patients can decrease their wastes products in blood through a scientific diet. For example, the low protein intake can decrease the metabolism burden for kidneys and remit symptoms such as protein urine and low immunity.
For PKD patients, reducing high creatinine level need shrink the cysts to increase the blood perfusion in kidney and decrease the damage to kidney tissues, so the kidney function can be promoted and the creatinine level can recover to normal.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is the good choice for PKD patients. The active substances in medicine can promote the blood circulation of cysts walls to increase the permeability of cysts walls, promoting the cysts fluids flowing back to the blood. In addition, the active substances also can inactivate the epithelial cells on cysts walls to inhibit the cysts fluids secretion, controlling the cysts growth.
No matter how small the cysts are, no matter how many cysts in kidneys and no matter where the cysts spread, the medicine can shrink the cysts and control cysts growth effectively. When the cysts are controlled and shrunk, the blood can flow into kidney smoothly and the kidney function also can be reversed.
PKD is a genetic disease, although it is difficult to treat and can not be cured, patients still can live a healthy and long life through a good prevention and control the growth of cysts, lowering creatinine.If you want to know more information about the treatment, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will reply you within 24 hours.
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