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Is 1.6 Creatinine Level High In IgA Nephropathy

Is 1.6 Creatinine Level High In IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy, a common component of Nephrotic Syndrome, which occurs when a lot of IgA immune complexes deposit in the mesangial area of kidneys. High creatinine level is a main symptom of IgA nephropathy patients, which is always talked about by doctors and nurses. Recently, some patients has consulted us is 1.6 creatinine level high in IgA nephropathy and how to lower it effectively. To find the answer, please read this article carefully.

Is 1.6 creatinine level high in IgA nephropathy?

As we all know generally speaking, the normal level for serum creatinine is 0.5-1.2mg/dL for female and 0.6-1.3mg/dL for male. From this, 1.6 creatinine level, obviously, it is higher than the normal. Though 1.6 creatinine level is not so high, but it indeed shows that more than 50% of kidney function for an IgA nephropathy patient has lost because creatinine can be in the normal range in the early stage of renal damages. What is more, if left uncontrolled, this value will rise gradually day by day, finally, what waiting for patients is only dialysis or kidney transplant. In view of this, timely and proper treatments should be used to help lower 1.6 creatinine level to the normal values with the purpose of slowing down the progression of IgA nephropathy.

How to lower 1.6 creatinine level in IgA nephropathy?

Here, we would like to introduce some commonly used ways, please read on:

1. Having a healthy diet plan

A healthy diet including low-sodium, low-potassium, low-phosphorus and high-fiber can help control the 1.6 creatinine and consolidate the curative effects. But the specific amount should depend on your own illness condition. If you need this kind of help, please talk with our online doctors immediately.

2. Find out an effective treatment that is suitable for yourself extremely.

Because everyone may has various different illness conditions. We often say : it is best only when it fits you very well. So from now on, try to have a careful conversation with your doctors.

Of course, if you still have questions about 1.6 creatinine level in IgA nephropathy, please contact us by the following two ways. One is to send an email to igacure@gmail.com and the other is to leave a message below. Keep in mind we are always here for you.

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