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Is Creatinine 1.8 Serious in FSGS

First, we will exactly tell patients who are diagnosed with creatinine 1.8 in FSGS, it is serious because this level is higher than the normal value 1.3 in general. High creatinine level may be a sign of kidney disease function decline. That is to say, the poorer the kidney function, the higher the creatinine level. However, many patients especially children don’t take it seriously as the creatinine 1.8 is not too high. Is it right?

Here, we must tell these patients this practice is very dangerous. As we all know usually your creatinine level begin to increase only when the kidney function has decreased more than 50%. Also this is the reason why the early stage kidney disease is easy to be ignored. Although creatinine 1.8 is not enough high compared with the normal level, it indeed shows your kidney function does not work properly and if left uncontrolled, the kidney function will become worse and worse and even eventually, what is waiting for you is dialysis or kidney transplant.

Since we have already known creatinine 1.8 in FSGS, it is very serious that can not be ignored easily. So, is there an effective treatment to lower it thoroughly? To achieve this purpose fundamentally, both medical treatment and scientific diet are necessary.

Scientific diet:

A proper daily diet not only plays an important role in lowering creatinine 1.8 in FSGS, but above all, it can help delay the progression to develop into kidney failure. Please talk with our online doctors for more individualized diet suggestions based on your specific illness condition.

Medical treatment:

Actually, creatinine level increases mainly because many renal tissues are damaged, which makes kidneys unable to remove excessive wastes and toxins from the body timely and fully. Therefore, the best treatment to lower high creatinine level is to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function from the root. In view of this, Chinese herbal medicines are certainly worth trying.

If you have interest to know more details about the natural Chinese medicines, please contact us as early as possible, we are glad to help 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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