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Is There Something I Can Do to Bring Creatinine 3.4 Down with FSGS

Question: I have FSGS. 13 years ago, I did kidney transplant. I am concerned the transplanted kidney is about to fail. My creatinine is 3.4. Is there something I can do to bring it back to lower reading?

Is There Something I Can Do to Bring Creatinine 3.4 Down with FSGSAnswer: When there is only one kidney working in the body, your creatinine level can be kept within 1.9 mg/dL. Now your creatinine is obviously much higher than the normal range, so it indicates that your kidneys are damaged again. As we all know, the transplanted kidney can only survive for several years. Now it has worked for 13 years. That is really a successful kidney transplant. What you should do is to keep the kidneys functioning as long as possible so as to avoid dialysis and second kidney transplant.

Kidney is a blood filtration organ. When blood is polluted due to the accumulation of waste product, kidney function will be affected. Therefore, we should set up a good blood environment for the kidneys to prevent further kidney damage. In our hospital, we often use 4M treatment, which is consisted of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various medicinal soup. They can draw toxins out of the body to reduce their damage to your body. They can also expand blood vessels to lower blood pressure and increase blood flow into kidneys to improve ischemia and anoxia. Besides, they can speed up blood circulation to remove stasis. And they can decompose the immune complexes depositing in the kidneys to eliminate kidney inflammation and degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis. After a period of treatment, your damaged kidneys can regain some kidney function so that your creatinine level will go down.

Besides medical treatment, you should do some other things to lower creatinine level. For example, you should have a good rest and avoid strenuous activity, but you can do some gentle exercises. You should also limit the intake of meat and drinking some herbal tea such as nettle leaf tea is also beneficial. Space limited here, so I do not explain them in detailed. If you would like to know more information about FSGS, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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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