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What Should I Do With Creatinine 5.7 and FSGS

What Should I Do With Creatinine 5.7 and FSGSIn recent days, a patient with creatinine 5.7 caused by FSGS is very concerned and eager to know how to alleviate his condition. Patients with FSGS are very prone to higher creatinine level than normal range. Creatinine which is a waste is removed from body by kidney function, and due to kidney damage in patients with kidney disease, kidney can’t eliminate lots of wastes from body including creatinine. Thus, creatinine level of patients with FSGS is very high. Here we will introduce effective treatment for creatinine 5.7, hoping useful for you.

The combination of diet and treatment always get the best effects.

1. Diet

FSGS patients with creatinine 5.7 should eat more vegetables and limit meat in daily life. Because creatinine is always found in meat like pork and beef, and vegetables have many rich nutrients like vitamins and minerals, which can help enhance immunity.

In addition, low intake of phosphorus and salt is also very important for FSGS patients with creatinine 5.7, because salt can raise blood pressure, leading to kidney damage. And due to deposition of phosphorus in patients with creatinine, much intake of phosphorus can worsen condition. Thus, they should have a low phosphorus and salt diet in daily life.

Finally, limit intake of protein is needed. Urea is produced when protein is decomposed in body, which means much protein produces much urea. Urea is a waste and eliminated from body by kidney function. Thus, much intake of protein put more burdens on kidney.

2. Treatment

Hot compress therapy can help FSGS patients with creatinine 5.7 lower creatinine very effectively, and the following is properties of Hot compress therapy:

-promote blood circulation

-expand blood vessels

-inhibit kidney inflammation

-enhance immune system

-repair kidney damage

-recover kidney function

FSGS patients with creatinine 5.7 can achieve good effects after get treated with Hot compress therapy for a long time, and kidney can remove much creatinine from body, lowering creatinine level.

From the above, we can know that Hot compress therapy and a healthy diet can make FSGS patients with creatinine 5.7 get alleviated very effectively including reducing high creatinine level.

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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