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IgA Nephropathy: Can High Creatinine Level Make You Cold

IgA Nephropathy: Can High Creatinine Level Make You Cold“I have IgA Nephropathy. Now my creatinine level is high and I always feel cold. Can high creatinine level make me cold?”, recently a woman consulted me. Not only the woman, but also some other kidney patients have the similar medical condition. Go on reading, you will know what on earth causes your cold. You can also consult online doctor directly to get the answer for free.

High creatinine level and coldness

High creatinine level indicates that your kidneys are severely damaged so that they can not secrete enough erythropoietin to make red blood cells. Besides, high creatinine level indicates that the toxin concentration in blood is high so as to shorten the lifespan of red blood cells. Both the two factors contribute to the occurrence of anemia. Coldness is a symptom of anemia.

How to improve coldness for IgA Nephropathy patients with high creatinine level?

When you feel cold, you can do some gentle exercise to improve blood circulation and strengthen immunity. But avoid strenuous sports, because overtiredness may worsen your disease.

There are also some medical treatment to help you, such as steam therapy, medicated foot bath and medicated full bath. They can make you sweat and help your body discharge toxins. They can also dilate blood vessel and speed up blood circulation to remove stasis and increase blood flow to all of your body, which can make you feel warm. When your kidneys get enough nutrients and blood, they are able to repair themselves. If you want to achieve a good therapeutic effect, you should use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang and decoction together. They can decompose immune complexes in the kidneys to reduce kidney inflammation. They can also stop kidney fibrosis. After a period of treatment, your kidney function can be promoted to certain extent so that creatinine level comes down and coldness disappears.

Can high creatinine level make you cold? Generally speaking, high creatinine level has no direct relation with coldness, but your coldness is a reflection of kidney function. For more information, please leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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