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Is Creatinine 4.9 Really Bad for IgA Nephropathy Patients

 Is Creatinine 4.9 Really Bad for IgA Nephropathy Patients

“I have IgA Nephropathy. Now my creatinine level is 4.9. Is it really bad?” “Yes, it is bad. It means your kidneys have been severely damaged. Without timely treatment, you may have to start dialysis in the near future.” Do you know what kind of treatment can help you lower high creatinine level and control the disease well? Go on reading to learn more information.

Creatinine 4.9 is bad.

Creatinine level does not increase until over 50% of kidney function has lost. Now your creatinine is 4.9, much higher than the normal range (0.6-1.3 mg/dL). Thereby, your kidneys have been severely damaged by IgA Nephropathy.

How to reduce the damage of IgA Nephropathy to your kidneys?

Now what you should do is to protect your kidneys from being damaged further. Since IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease which causes IgA immune complexes to deposit in kidneys, we should clear away those IgA immune complexes and regulate the abnormal immune system. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, Toxin-Removing Treatment is often used. It takes advantage of various Chinese medicine therapies including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy and Steam Therapy to remove massive waste products and excess fluid out of body via your urine output, bowel movement and sweat to make internal environment good for kidney self-healing and other medication. It can also dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to improve renal ischemia and anoxia. Besides, it can supply the damaged kidneys with enough essential elements to speed up kidney recovery. After about half month’s treatment, your high creatinine level will go down at least 10%. After about one month’s treatment, your kidney function will increase gradually, and then creatinine can be expelled out of body.

Is creatinine 4.9 really bad for IgA Nephropathy patients? Yes, it is bad. But as long as you cooperate with our treatment, we can help you protect the residual kidney function well. For more information on our hospital and our treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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