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How Can I Reduce Creatinine 8.6 and Urea 124 with FSGS

How Can I Reduce Creatinine 8.6 and Urea 124 with FSGSI am diagnosed with FSGS. My creatinine is 8.6 and blood urea is 124. How can I reduce them? If you have the similar medical condition, the following information may be helpful.

Creatinine and urea are waste products discharged out of the body by kidneys. FSGS is a glomerules disease. When your glomerules do not function, waste builds up in the blood, resulting in high creatinine level and high urea level. Creatinine 8.6 and urea 124 are much higher than the normal level, which mean you are in the end stage kidney disease (ESRD).

Dialysis

Dialysis may be the most common way to filter waste from the blood for ESRD patients. It can make your creatinine level and urea level come down, but once you stop dialysis, they will go up again. Therefore, dialysis is a life-long treatment for your kidney disease.

Vegetarian diet

Dietary sources of creatine and creatinine are only found within animal products, such as red meat and fish, so if you want to reduce creatinine level in your blood, you had better eat a largely plant based diet, which have shown to reduce all the major risk factors of kidney disease.

Avoid strenuous physical activity

This can decrease the breakdown of creatine into creatinine. But you can do some gentle exercise such as walking, tai chi, and qi gong.

Improve kidney function

High creatinine level and urea level are associated with kidney function impairment. Improving kidney function can help you lower creatinine level and urea level from the root. Because when your kidneys are damaged, metabolic waste, inflammatory factors, immune complexes and so on will build up in the body, which can cause further damage to the kidneys. Therefore, it is necessary for you to recover the blood system first. Therapies such as Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy and Circle Therapy can help you. Some other therapies may help you repair the damaged kidneys such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and stem cell therapy.

If you would like a personalized treatment plan, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com.

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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