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Is Creatinine 2.4 Bad for FSGS Patients

Is Creatinine 2.4 Bad for FSGS PatientsIn most cases, doctors do not have enough patience to have a detailed introduction to your medical conditions, so patients usually do not have a clear mind about their state of illness. Is creatinine 2.4 bad for FSGS patients? Creatinine level is one of the most often asked questions by kidney patients. Now go on reading to learn more. If you still have any other questions, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

Creatinine 2.4 is bad for FSGS patients.

Creatinine is a kind of waste product passed out of the body by kidneys. Under normal circumstance, it can be kept into normal range (0.5-1.2 mg/dL). Because our kidneys have a lot of excess capacity built into them, creatinine level does not increase until more than 50% kidney function is lost. Now your creatinine reaches 2.4, twice the normal range. It indicates that your kidneys are severely damaged. If you do not take treatment as early as possible, you will go into ESRD quickly.

How to lower creatinine 2.4 for FSGS patients?

The raised creatinine results from the damaged kidneys, so in order to lower creatinine level, you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. In our hospital, there are many Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang Composition, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicated Full Bath, various Medicinal Soup, Circle Therapy, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy, Acupoint Application, Acupuncture and Moxibustion, etc. Some of them can detoxify your blood. Some can draw out toxins from your body. Some can dilate blood vessels to increase blood flow into the kidneys. Some can speed up blood circulation to remove stasis. Some can inhibit kidney inflammation. Some can stop kidney fibrosis. After a period of treatment, you can regain some kidney function. And then your creatinine level will go down.

Is creatinine 2.4 bad for FSGS patients? Yes, it is bad for FSGS patients, hence early treatment is needed to control your creatinine level. For more information, please contact us at igacure@gmail.com.

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