How to Help Creatinine 3.5 Avoid Dialysis

 Creatinine 3.5, avoid dialysisGenrally speaking, kidney disease patients care about the natural treatment to reduce high creatinine levels very much. However, why do most cases finally experience dialysis? Here we will tell you how to reduce creatinine 3.5 to avoid dialysis treatment.

Firstly, creatinine 3.5 is much higher than normal range of creatinine level, it also tells the condition has already developed stage 3 chronic kidney disease. The renal function has been damaged moderately. Here we will tell you why most cases finally have to experience dialysis. In most countries, creatinine 3.5 and any other high creatinine levels are treated with western medicines and diet only, but the kidney damage is still there and has not been dealt with. So, the fact is that the renal function has been losing. With the accumulation of toxins in the body, dialysis has to be used to replace kidneys to relieve symptoms.

In our hospital, to reduce creatinine 3.5 and other creatinine levels is not our final purpose. We aim at saving kidneys with repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function, that is because we know clearly that high creatinine level is caused by impaired renal function and the creatinine level will naturally come back to normal range with the recovery of renal function. Also, dialysis will be effectively avoided if kidneys can work again. Do you think so?

Nowadays, we mainly use Chinese therapies to help kidney disease patients, there are many types of Chinese therapies in our hospital, like oral Chinese herbal medicine, medicated bath, foot bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, etc. If you are also interested in reducing your creatinine 3.5 and avoid dialysis effectively with Chinese therapies, you are welcomed to leave us a message or email to to obtain details of those therapies.


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