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Management For High Creatinine In IgA Nephropathy

Management For High Creatinine In IgA Nephropathy As we all know that creatinine level will not rise until more than 50% kidney function has lost. As the level increases gradually, the kidney function will also decrease day by day. For IgA Nephropathy patients, high creatinine indicates that if they don’t require timely treatment, the illness condition will develop into more serious stage gradually, even kidney failure. So, it is necessary to have a good management for high creatinine in IgA nephropathy.

To achieve this goal, patients should follow the following three steps.

1. Keep an optimistic attitude. This is the most basic one. Here, you may ask: does high creatinine in IgA nephropathy really have a close relationship with attitude? Of course, the answer is yes, according to many clinical studies. In our daily life, it is not difficult to find that people who have an optimistic attitude are more likely to fight against disease successfully. Besides, for any diseases, this point is necessary.

2. Have a reasonable diet plan. Although a well-planned diet can do nothing in damaged kidney, according to a series of experiments, it indeed plays an important role in helping slow down the progression of IgA nephropathy and lowering high creatinine level. Generally speaking, for IgA nephropathy patients who are also suffering from high creatinine level, they should follow such a diet, including low-potassium, low-phosphorus, high quality of protein and right amount of liquid intake. But this is not absolute, because we can find the difference from different patients with IgA nephropathy. If you are eager to get more professional suggestions just depending on your specific condition, feel free to contact our online doctors at any time, please remember we are here for you all the time.

3. Last but not the least, we suggest patients to choose a good and effective treatment. Whether using western medicines or Chinese medicines, our final goal is to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function from the root. In this way, Chinese medicines seem more effective and useful.

In a word, we want to tell you as long as follow the above three points, no matter what situation you are in, there is big hope to help you lower high creatinine in IgA nephropathy. Best wishes!

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