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How to Lower Creatinine 7 for IgA Nephropathy Patients

How to Lower Creatinine 7 for IgA Nephropathy PatientsHigh creatinine level is always a hot topic for kidney patients. When creatinine level increases quickly, it indicates there is severe damage to the kidneys and there is less than 50% kidney function left. How to lower creatinine 7 for IgA Nephropathy patients?


When creatinine is as high as 6-7, dialysis is recommended to take over part of kidney function to filter waste from the blood. But dialysis can only help you lower creatinine level temporarily. During dialysis sessions, creatinine level goes up again.

Limit the intake of meat

Meat consumption can raise creatinine level, so you had better limit the intake of meat. But it does not mean you should avoid meat. In order to satisfy the need of body, moderate meat intake is OK.

Avoid strenuous exercise

Creatinine is a by-product of muscle contraction, so you had better avoid strenuous exercise. Doing some gentle exercise is beneficial.

Improve immune system

Considering that IgA Nephropathy is an auto immune disease, we should set about regulating the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy is such a therapy, which combines Chinese medicine and western medicine. This therapy includes immunodetection, immune clearance, immune block, immune regulation, immune tolerance and immune protection. With systemic treatment, immune complexes can be removed from blood and kidneys so that kidney inflammation will be relieved. They can also increase the kidney’s tolerance to immune complexes and IgA so that they can coexist without causing any inflammation. Moreover, they can dilate blood vessels, remove stasis, low cholesterol level and draw out toxins to set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing. When kidneys regain their ability, creatinine level comes to the normal level. Combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine can make up the respective shortcomings and achieve a good curative effect.

With early treatment, it is possible for you to normalize creatinine level and keep dialysis away. If you would like to know more information about our treatment, please leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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