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Treatment to Lower High Creatinine 7.7 and Urea 240 for FSGS Patients

Treatment to Lower High Creatinine 7.7 and Urea 240 for FSGS PatientsA FSGS patient left a message on our website. He wants to find the treatment to lower high creatinine 7.7 and urea 240. In the following, we list several ways to help. If you have the similar medical condition, it is worth having a look. With the help of online doctor, you will learn more information.

Creatinine 7.7 and urea 240 are both out of the normal range, resulting from renal insufficiency. If you would like to bring them down, you should improve kidney function.

Kidney replacement treatment

Though your kidney function declines, there is kidney replacement treatment to assist your kidney function. The most common kidney replacement treatment may be dialysis and kidney transplant. Dialysis can take over part of your kidney function, while kidney transplant can take over all the kidney function by putting a healthy kidneys into your body.

However, both the two kinds of treatment have their own disadvantages. For example, long-term dialysis cause many side effects and kidney transplant is not available to everyone due to the scarce kidney source.

Repair your own kidneys

If you do not want to take advantage of these kidney replacement treatment, you should repair your own kidneys and let your own kidneys continue to maintaining the health of your body.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy amins at stoping renal fibrosis, dilating blood vessels, promoting the micro-blood circulation, repairing the damage renal intrinsic cells and removing the stasis in channels. But because some necrotic renal cells can not be repaired any more, Stem Cell Therapy can help you rebuild the renal cells, support hematopoiesis and improve immune regulation.

There are some adjunctive therapies, such as Medicated Bath, Circle Therapy, Enema Therapy and Moxibustion. They are also helpful in improving kidney function.

When your kidney function improves, high creatinine level and urea level goes down and you can live a normal life without worrying about kidney failure.

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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