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What Is the Solution for FSGS and Creatinine 705

What Is the Solution for FSGS and Creatinine 705Any kind of kidney problem, including FSGS, can lead to elevation of serum creatinine level. And once creatinine level in blood goes up, you should be alert, because dialysis or kidney transplant is needed when serum creatinine level goes up to a certain level. Well, what is the solution for FSGS patients with creatinine 705?

What does creatinine 705 mean for a FSGS patient?

As a matter of fact, creatinine 705 is a very dangerous level, as it means FSGS is in kidney failure stage. Healthy kidneys help to remove excess creatinine out of the body, so elevation of serum creatinine level means impairment of kidney function. Generally speaking, the higher the serum creatinine level, the poorer the kidney condition.

Normal serum creatinine should be in the range 44-106umol/L or 0.5-1.3mg/dL. Creatinine level 705 beyond the normal range a lot and it means serious kidney damages and high toxin levels in blood.

What is the solution for FSGS and creatinine 705?

Serum creatinine level becomes higher and higher because kidneys can not remove excess creatinine out of the body. FSGS patients have increasing serum creatinine level, because their kidney function is declining. Under such a condition, the best solution is to protect residual kidney tissues and repair kidney damages from FSGS, because only when kidneys work better, can serum creatinine 705 decreases naturally.

A systematic treatment which contains Mai Kang Mixture, Foot Bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and some oral herbs is recommended here. It is mentioned not only because it can stop further elevation of creatinine level, but also because it can repair injured kidney intrinsic cells. Kidney is in charge of removing excess creatinine out of the body, so when kidney function is strengthened, they can work better to help reduce creatinne in blood. Consequently, creatinine level is lowered down.

Lastly, for FSGS patients, creatinine 705 is a very high level and they need to take treatment as soon as possible to reduce it; otherwise, dialysis or kidney transplant will become the only two treatment options.

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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