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Management For High Creatinine Level In IgA Nephropathy

Management For High Creatinine Level In IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is an auto-immune kidney disease in which the kidney filters, glomeruli, is damaged due to the deposition of protein-IgA. For IgA Nephropathy patient, High Creatinine Level is a dangerous alarm that large part of kidney function has lost. However, if patients’ level of creatinine is normal, it does not mean that their kidneys are working 100%. Because the creatinine level will not rise rapidly only after 50% of renal ( kidney) function has been damaged.

Therefore, it is necessary to find and treat high creatinine level earlier in IgA nephropathy. Well, is there a good and effective management for high creatinine level in IgA nephropathy? The answer is expected to be shown in the below content.

Yes, there are some western medicine, such as ACEI can increase the GFR(glomerular filtration rate), thus lowering the high creatinine level indeed. But the damaged renal function can not be repaired by ACEI, if the medicine is stopped, patients will suffer from high creatinine level again.

In view of this, improving renal function is the best natural remedy to manage high creatinine level in IgA nephropathy.The following is an introduce of these remedies in detail.

1. Consume more fruits that can help stop the progression of high creatinine level in IgA nephropathy effectively.

2. Eat moderate vegetables or fruits that have a function of diuretic.

3. Drink some herbal tea and take some herbal medicines.

4. Design a well-planed diet just depends on your own specific illness conditions.

In addition, I wonder have you ever heard Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy? This is the latest and most effective treatment for managing high creatinine level in IgA nephropathy used in external application. Through a series of functions like expand blood vessels, anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulant and prevent thrombus, thus achieving the goal of repairing the damaged kidneys and improving kidney function thoroughly.

However, it is not a kind of panacea if patients don’t have any urine output for a long time. We often say “ urine stands for hope”, so for IgA nephropathy patients with high creatinine level, if you still have some urine, please contact us immediately, we will try our best to help you.

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