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Creatinine Level for IgA Nephropathy to Require Dialysis

Creatinine Level for IgA Nephropathy to Require DialysisWhat is the creatinine level for IgA Nephropathy patients to require dialysis? With the progression of illness day by day, dialysis becomes a must finally. Dialysis as of now is the most direct way to make blood clean within several hours without damaging other organs. It is very helpful in some cases, but as it is torturous, many IgA Nephropathy patients refuse to do it. Creatinine is an important indicator to know when start dialysis, so many patients wonder at what creatinine level, dialysis will be required.

In general, dialysis is needed when serum creatinine is higher than 5 and meanwhile patients are facing lots of serious problems and physical discomforts like fluid retention in lung and skin itching. For IgA Nephropathy patients whose creatinine level is kept in a low level or whose have no symptoms at all even though their creatinine is higher than 5, they can live their life without dialysis. However, even though dialysis is not a must in such a case, if they leave their illness alone, dialysis is required sooner or later.

In cases of IgA Nephropathy, creatinine level becomes higher than the reference value because their kidney can not excrete the excess one. Although reducing the formation of creatinine is very helpful for the control of creatinine level, it is not an permanent solution. For IgA Nephropathy patients, to keep their serum creatinine level in a low level or in the normal range, they need to get their kidney function improved effectively. In this way, not only high creatinine level can be lowered down, all the symptoms or clinical manifestations like hematuria, proteinuria, tiredness, and swelling get removed or alleviated successfully.

As for the treatment method that can help IgA Nephropathy patients to keep creatinine level in a low level, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy are recommended. These two treatment methods work differently and also they are available for IgA Nephropathy patients with different illness. Therefore, patients need to choose the right one according to their specific illness condition. (Send your test report to igacure@gmail.com, and we will help you figure out the right treatment method and also reply you with the possible treatment effects)

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