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How to Lower Creatinine 3.2 and BUN 94 for FSGS Patients

How to Lower Creatinine 3.2 and BUN 94 for FSGS PatientsFor Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) patients, increased creatinine and BUN may be one of the problems their concern, because they usually do not increase until their kidneys are severely damaged. How to lower creatinine 3.2 and BUN 94 for FSGS patients? If you have the similar medical condition, the following information may be helpful for you.

Reduce the intake of protein

When your kidneys are working normally, your creatinine and BUN levels are hardly affected by their production. Only when your kidneys are damaged, creatinine and BUN begin to build up in the blood. In such case, if you do not limit their production, your creatinine and BUN will increase further. Both creatinine and BUN are the waste product of protein, so to lower creatinine and BUN, you should limit the intake of protein, especially meat. But it does not mean you should avoid protein intake, because our body needs protein to maintain its normal function.

Repair the damaged kidneys

FSGS is usually associated with the deposited immune complexes in the kidneys. It is those immune complexes that causes kidney inflammation and over time kidney scar. 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various medicinal soup) can decompose the immune complexes to eliminate kidney inflammation and degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis. They can also expand blood vessels to lower blood pressure and increase blood flow into kidneys to improve ischemia and anoxia. Besides, they can draw out toxins from the blood to reduce their damage to your body and speed up blood circulation to remove stasis. All in all, they can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. After a period of treatment, your damaged kidneys will regain some ability and your creatinine and BUN level will go down.

How to lower creatinine 3.2 and BUN 94 for FSGS patients? If you can combine the above aspects together, you can achieve a better therapeutic effect. For more information about FSGS treatment, please leave a message below or consult online doctor directly.

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