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What Should FSGS Patients Do with Creatinine 5.81 and Urea 85.6

What Should FSGS Patients Do with Creatinine 5.81 and Urea 85.6Creatinine and urea are both waste products filtered out of the body by kidneys. When your kidneys are sightly damaged, they can still manage creatinine and urea level into the normal range. Only when your kidney function is less than 50%, creatinine and urea level increases quickly. What should FSGS patients do with creatinine 5.81 and urea 85.6?

Normal creatinine level is 0.5-1.2 mg/dL and urea level is 7-20 mg/dL. Creatinine 5.81 and urea 85.6 are obviously much higher than the normal range. Therefore, it is necessary for you to lower them as early as possible, or they will cause further damage to your body. Then how to lower creatinine 5.81 and urea 85.6?


If you feel very uncomfortable with creatinine 5.81 and urea 85.6, dialysis is a quick way to lower them and alleviate your discomfort. But it is only temporarily medical relief. After dialysis, creatinine and urea level go up again.

Reduce the intake of protein

Both creatinine and urea are waste products of protein. In order to control creatinine and urea well, you had better reduce the intake of protein. But it does not mean you should avoid protein intake. Moderate protein intake is OK to satisfy the need of our body.

Traditional Chinese Medicine to help you enhance kidney function

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are many blood purification therapies, such as Medicated Full Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Steam Therapy, Circle Therapy and Enema Therapy. They can draw out toxins from your body through your skin or intestinal tract. They are also helpful for improving blood circulation by speeding blood circulation, removing stasis, dilating blood vessels, lowering blood pressure, etc. Besides, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and various medical soup are also good for kidney recovery, because they can eliminate kidney inflammation and stop kidney fibrosis as well as supplement essential nutrients to speed up self-healing. After a period of treatment, your kidneys regain some kidney function so that creatinine and urea lower gradually.

What should FSGS patients do with creatinine 5.81 and urea 85.6? Hope the above information can help you. If you still have any question about FSGS, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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