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Will Creatinine Become Normal After Kidney Transplant For FSGS

Kidney transplant, considered as the most effective treatment for FSGS is normally used especially in the end stage of FSGS in western countries. Refer to creatinine level for FSGS, it is an important sign of showing how well the kidney function works. Generally speaking, to the question will creatinine level become normal after dialysis for FSGS, the answer must be no. Well then, how about kidney transplant?

Before solve this problem, firstly, it is necessary to know how does kidney transplant help FSGS patients to lower high creatinine level? As we all know kidney plays an important role in removing wastes and toxins like creatinine, urea nitrogen, etc from the body. Once it fails to work properly, undoubtedly, a lot of waste products and toxins will build up in the blood resulting many symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, fatigue, swelling and so on. Different from dialysis, kidney transplant is an advanced therapy by transplanting a new and healthy kidney into human’s body. If all goes well, the transplanted kidney will replace the damaged one completely, finally, the creatinine also will be discharged successfully. Therefore, the creatinine level will be decreased.

Will creatinine level become normal after Kidney Transplant for FSGS?

Honestly speaking, this is entirely possible as long as the transplanted kidney survive as healthy as the original kidney. However, in several special cases, serum creatinine level keeps being higher than the normal range after the surgery due to kidney rejection and various infections. This is why some kidney transplant patients complain their serum creatinine becomes higher and higher after the surgery.

In a word, although kidney transplant can indeed bring many benefits for FSGS patients compared dialysis and other hormone medicines, before using it, you had better to do a overall physical test and make sure you know kidney transplant for FSGS very well. Of course, if you want to try some natural alternative treatments, you can contact us to learn more. We are always here for you.

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