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How To Reduce High BUN And Creatinine Levels In IgA Nephropathy

Whether BUN level or creatinine level, both are the important indicators to measure kidney function related to the people’s normal life. And generally speaking, abnormal BUN and creatinine levels usually indicate a kidney related disease or condition. In view of this, for IgA Nephropathy patients, reducing high BUN and creatinine levels in IgA nephropathy is very urgent. The following introduces some effective treatments and hope can help you a lot.

1. Dialysis

In clinical treatment, dialysis is used commonly to filter and clean the blood when kidney is not functioning properly for the purpose of providing a relatively clean internal environment for the following treatment. As we all know, whether BUN or creatinine, both are waste products in our body, to live longer, a successful dialysis is the only way to recover.

However, in recent years, after years of clinical studies, a perfect treatment has been formed, that is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which is welcomed instantaneously all over the world. The biggest reason must be that compared with dialysis, the most obvious difference should be the effect. In other words, this therapy is used to repair damaged kidney and improve kidney function from the root. Actually, as long as this goal can be achieved successfully, high BUN and creatinine levels in IgA nephropathy will naturally be reduced.

So from now on, go and visit directly your physician and get an accurate diagnosis immediately, of course, any other help, please remember we are always waiting for you.

2. Diet

In addition to treatment, diet is the second most important way to lower high BUN and creatinine levels in IgA nephropathy. For example, eat a low-protein diet, manage your blood pressure strictly, drink moderate water, etc. However, the above is not absolute. Please consult your physician for exact suggestions based on your health status.

In conclusion, as long as you don’t give up, the hope will close to you soon. If you still wonder some other effective ways about this topic, feel free to contact us whether by sending an email to igacure@gmail.com or leaving your right message below. Best wishes.  

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