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Creatinine 3.1 and IgA Nephropathy: What Is My Medical Condition

Question: I am suffering from IgA Nephropathy. My creatinine level is 3.1. What is my medical condition?

Creatinine 3.1 and IgA Nephropathy: What Is My Medical ConditionAnswer: From blood test or urine test report, we can see many indicators of kidney function, one of which is creatinine. From changes of your creatinine levels, we can see how well your kidneys are functioning.

Now your creatinine level is 3.1, which is higher than the normal creatinine level (0.5-1.2 mg/dL). Under normal circumstance, creatinine level does not increase. Even if your kidneys are slightly damaged, creatinine level can still be kept into the normal range, because our kidneys have a lot of capacity built into them. Only when your kidney function is less than, creatinine level increases quickly. Therefore, creatinine 3.1 indicates that your kidney function has been impaired severely by IgA Nephropathy and treatment you receive now is not effective enough.

What you should do is to lower creatinine 3.1 and reduce their damage to your body. As creatinine 3.1 is not very high, dialysis is not a necessity. But we can use some other blood purification therapies to reduce it. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, there is Medicated Full Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Steam Therapy, Circle Therapy, Enema Therapy and so on. They can make advantage of your skin or intestinal tract to discharge toxins. They are also helpful for kidney recovery, because they can set up a good blood environment by dilating blood vessels, decreasing blood pressure, removing stasis and so on. In order to achieve a good curative effect, you can use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy together to inhibit kidney inflammation and cease kidney fibrosis. After a period of treatment, not only your creatinine level decreases, but also your kidney function improves.

Now though your medical condition is not that serious, you should attach importance to prevent further kidney damage. If you would like a personalized treatment plan for your IgA Nephropathy, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your case, our doctors will reply you.

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