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How To Lower Creatinine Level 2.6 In IgA Nephropathy

How To Lower Creatinine Level 2.6 In IgA NephropathyWe often hear the word “ creatinine “ if someone is diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy or other kidney diseases. Actually, creatinine is a very important indicator to reflet how about your kidney functions. As it goes up gradually, which shows your kidney function is damaged day by day. Well then, what is the meaning of creatinine level 2.6? And how to lower creatinine level 2.6 in IgA nephropathy effectively?

In general, the normal creatinine level of male is 0.6-1.2mg/dL while the female is 0.5-1.1mg/dL for a healthy body. In that sense, creatinine level 2.6, it is higher than the normal level obviously but not enough to do dialysis for IgA nephropathy patients. Well, is there an effective way to lower creatinine level 2.6 in IgA nephropathy?

First, maybe we should start with a healthy daily diet. Yes, it is proved that a proper healthy diet indeed plays an important role in slowing IgA nephropathy progression and decreasing more wastes in our body. Generally speaking, the foods of high-quality protein, low-potassium, low-phosphorus, low-salt are highly recommended. Refer to high-quality protein diet, it mainly aims at to reduce nitrogen wastes which can increase the burden of kidneys.

Second, we need to keep an optimistic attitude. You may ask: what is the relationship between them? Honestly speaking, we also can’t explain the reason, but we can make sure patients who are more optimistic, they are more likely to live a normal life just as a healthy person.

Last but not the least, to lower creatinine level 2.6 in IgA nephropathy from the root, the most important thing is to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function thoroughly. Some Chinese herbal medicines like Hot Compress Therapy, Cycle Therapy, Foot Bath Therapy, etc are worth to have a try, which bring a promising future to many kidney disease patients.

If you have interest to know more about Chinese therapies, please contact us by emailing to igacure@gmail.com or chatting with our online doctors immediately, we promise will help all of you try our best. Best wishes!

 

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