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Does Creatinine Level Fluctuate in Case of IgA Nephropathy

Does Creatinine Level Fluctuate in Case of IgA NephropathyCreatinine is a kind of waste product passed out of your body by kidneys. High levels creatinine in the bloodstream and urine can be an indicator of kidney disease. IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease. Without effective treatment, it causes kidney function impairment so as to raise creatinine level. Does creatinine level fluctuate in case of IgA Nephropathy?

Creatinine level fluctuates in case of IgA Nephropathy.

Creatinine is the waste product of muscle contraction and to a smaller extent by eating meat. Healthy kidneys filter creatinine and other waste products from your blood. In the early stage of IgA Nephropathy, there is only slight kidney damage. The kidneys can still manage creatinine level into the normal range (0.5-1.2 mg/dL). It is not until you lose more than 50% kidney function that does creatinine level increase quickly. But with the elimination of symptoms such as high blood pressure and diet restrictions, creatinine level comes down. With the development of IgA Nephropathy, creatinine level increases again.

How to stabilize creatinine level for IgA Nephropathy?

If you want to stabilize creatinine level with IgA Nephropathy, symptoms management and diet restrictions are not enough. You should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Immunotherapy combines western medicine treatment and Chinese medicine treatment. The combination makes up respective shortcomings. This therapy can cleanse IgA immune complexes from the blood to prevent them from depositing in the kidneys. It can also increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes to prevent inflammation. Besides, it can block the abnormal immune reaction to reduce the production of immune complexes. And it sets up a good blood environment to help kidney self-healing. When your kidneys repair themselves, creatinine level decreases.

Creatinine level fluctuates with the management of IgA Nephropathy. If you can not control IgA Nephropathy well, it increases. If you can control it well, it decreases. For more information, please contact online doctor.

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