Is Creatinine Level 2.8 a Serious Problem
Here is a case of the creatinine 2.8, is it a serious problem for patients with kidney disease?
Patient: I went to a hospital and had a test, and then I found my creatinine level is 2.8. Is that a serious problem? I also have vomiting, headache and my blood pressure is high. I’m 49 years old. What should I do? Please give me some kind advice.
Creatinine is a kind of toxin caused by muscle metabolism, and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body. It is removed from the blood mainly by kidneys or by glomerular filtration.
The normal range of creatinine level should be 0.5 to 1.3. Your creatinine level is 2.8, so it is high. It indicates that more than half of your kidney has hardened by now. And you have vomiting, headache and hypertension; these are the symptoms of kidney disease. When kidney is damaged, creatinine can not be removed by kidney. Thus the detained creatinine will damage body, so patients will have nausea, headache, dizziness, high blood pressure etc.
So I suggest that you should go to a specialized kidney disease hospital and have proper treatment immediately.
Besides, in your daily diet, you should pay much attention to not eat high-protein food and over-salty food. You can have light and digestible diet. Do not drink alcohol and give up smoking. Get your blood pressure checked regularly.
I also recommend traditional Chinese medicine treatment of Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital to you. Chinese medicines are all natural herbs which can be penetrated into patient’s kidney through nuclear magnetic resonance. And patient can see the effects in a short time. Moreover the treatment can repair the damaged kidney, improve immunity of body.
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