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Is It Serious for FSGS Patients with Creatinine 3.7

Is It Serious for FSGS Patients with Creatinine 3.7Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a kind of kidney disorder in which scar tissues develop on glomeruli. Creatinine is a waste product in your blood, which is normally removed out of the body by your kidneys, so it is often used to measure kidney function. Is it serious for FSGS patients with creatinine 3.7?

Creatinine 3.7 is serious.

Our kidneys have a lot of excess capacity built into them. When our kidneys are slightly damaged, the potential capacity will be tapped, so creatinine level does not increase until more than 50% of kidney function has lost. Your creatinine is as high as 3.7, which is three times the normal range (0.5-1.2 mg/dL). It indicates that your kidney function has been severely damaged by FSGS. With creatinine 3.7, you may have many symptoms and complications, such as proteinuria, swelling, high blood pressure, anemia, etc. Without good control, it may cause further damage to your kidneys or even your whole.

How to lower creatinine 3.7 for FSGS patients?

As we all know, high creatinine level results from kidney damage, so the fundamental way to lower creatinine level is to repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various medicinal soup) can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing by cleansing the polluted blood, removing stasis, reducing blood pressure, lowering blood cholesterol level and regulating blood sugar level. They can also eliminate kidney inflammation by decomposing immune complexes depositing in the kidneys and stop kidney fibrosis by degrading extracellular matrix. Besides, they can strengthen your immune system to help you fight against the disease. After a period of treatment, your kidneys will regain their ability to certain extent.

Is it serious for FSGS patients with creatinine 3.7? Yes, so you should take treatment early to preserve your kidney function. If you still have any questions, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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