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How To Lower Creatinine Level 4.9 In FSGS

How To Lower Creatinine Level 4.9 In FSGSCreatinine level 4.9, it is obviously quite higher than the normal range ( 0.6-1.3mg/dL ) of a healthy person. We can say creatinine level is something FSGS patients are relatively familiar with, and for FSGS patients with creatinine level 4.9, they care the information about how to lower creatinine level 4.9 in FSGS effectively and safely a lot. Don’t worry, this article mainly aims at to tell this kind of message.

Firstly, we have to say creatinine level 4.9 in FSGS, it is not so high that you must to accept dialysis immediately. Another effective way you can adopt to lower this high level should be having a proper diet in your daily life. Many researches have proved that a specifical diet plan indeed plays an important role in lowering high creatinine level whether in FSGS or other kidney diseases. Above all, limiting the protein intake is the most important. Because high level of protein will create more waste products and toxins which will increase the level of creatinine rapidly and burden the kidneys. In addition to this, there still has many points where you have to be careful. If you need this kind of help, please chat with our online doctors carefully for free help, they will tell you more useful suggestions about diet to lower creatinine level 4.9 in FSGS.

Even so, if left uncontrolled, the creatine level will continue to become higher and higher, at final, patients start dialysis reluctantly. Dialysis, undoubtedly, it is a good choice in clinical treatment of lowering creatinine level 4.9 in FSGS by cleaning the blood and removing various wastes, toxins and liquids form the body. But some experts said that most of patients died not from the disease itself, but from the severe complications of dialysis.

In conclusion, each method mentioned above has advantages and disadvantages, if you decide to use any of them, please have a talk with your doctors carefully. Of course, if you want to try some natural treatments, you can also contact us immediately, we will introduce more details just for you. 

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.

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