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What Can I Do to Lower Creatinine 4.02 with FSGS

What Can I Do to Lower Creatinine 4.02 with FSGSFSGS is a severe kidney disease in which scar tissue develops on some of the glomeruli. With the development of FSGS, more and more scars occur. And then kidneys lose their ability to expel waste from the blood. Creatinine is one of the waste that is mainly eliminated from the body via the kidneys. Creatinine level increases when more than 50 % kidney function loses. What can I do to lower creatinine 4.02 with FSGS?

Follow low protein diet

Dietary creatinine is found within animal products, therefore, you had better control the intake of red meat, fish, poultry without skin, etc. Instead, you can follow a vegetarian diet.

Avoid strenuous exercise

Creatinine is also a product of muscle contraction. Strenuous exercise can increase the breakdown of creatine into creatinine so as to increase creatinine level, so you had better avoid

Drink some herbal tea

If you do not have edema, drinking some herbal tea, such as nettle leaf tea and dandelion tea is helpful in lowering creatinine level, because they can improve kidney function.

Repair some kidney tissues to improve kidney function

Lowering creatinine should not be your ultimate goal, because it is just a measure of kidney function, it is not the cause of your kidneys. To lower creatinine level, you should improve kidney function. The scarred tissues can be brought back to life, but some of the kidney tissues in inflammation can repair themselves with appropriate treatment. Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies can help you achieve the goal by removing the immune complexes, the inflammatory factor, from the blood. They can also increase blood flow to improve ischemia and anoxia in the kidneys. Moreover, they can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis. After a period of treatment, kidney function can improve to certain extent. If you would like to have a great improvement, you may need biotherapy to help you.

Creatinine 4.02 is much higher than the normal level. Early treatment is necessary for you to block the progression and protect the remaining kidney function. If you would like to know more information, please click the butter beside and then free online doctor is available.

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