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Creatinine 1.3, ESR 28 and FSGS: Is This A Serious Issue

Creatinine 1.3, ESR 28 and FSGS: Is This A Serious Issue“I have FSGS. Now my creatinine is 1.3 and ESR is 28. Is this a serious issue?” When diagnosed with kidney disease, patients can not help worrying about their medical condition. If you have the similar medical condition, the following information may be helpful for you.

First, let’s see your medical condition.

Creatinine is an indicator of kidney function. When your kidney function is more than 50%, it does not increase. Normal creatinine level ranges from 0.6 to 1.2 mg/dL. In different districts, the range may vary a little. You said your creatinine is 1.3. It means you are still in the early stage of FSGS.

ESR is short for erythrocyte sedimentation rate. It is the rate at which red blood cells settle out in a tube of blood under standardized conditions. For men, ESR is 0-15 mm/hr, or 0-20 mm/hr for men old than 50. For women, ESR is 0-20 mm/hr, or 0-30 mm/hr for women older than 50. You said your ESR is 28. It is a little higher. A high rate usually indicates the presence of inflammation.

Therefore, creatinine 1.3 and ESR 28 is not a serious issue. But this is the best timing of treatment. If you receive timely medical treatment, it is possible for you to reverse the disease and live without kidney failure.

How to treat FSGS?

FSGS is associated with IgG, C3 and other immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. Those immune complexes causes kidney inflammation. Over time, they scar the glomeruli. Therefore, when treating FSGS, we should not only control the symptoms caused by FSGS, we should cleanse those immune complexes to eliminate kidney inflammation. Immunotherapy can regulate the abnormal immune system to reduce the production of immune complexes. It can also cleanse immune complexes to reduce deposition. Moreover, it can improve blood circulation to help kidney self-healing.

Importance should be attached to creatinine 1.3 and ESR 28 though this is a serious tissue. Do not miss the best treatment time. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more information.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.

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