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Creatinine 3.2, Diabetes, and IgA Nephropathy: How to Improve It

Question: I have diabetes and I also have IgA Nephropathy when biopsy is done last month. Now my creatinine is 3.2. How to improve it?

Creatinine 3.2, Diabetes, and IgA Nephropathy: How to Improve ItAnswer: From what you said, I see that the causes of your kidney disease may be very complex. How many years of diabetes do you have? Nowadays diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease. Is it the diabetes that causes your IgA Nephropathy or some other factors? If we can find the underlying causes, we are able to act appropriately to the situation. Because I do not so much information about your medical condition, I can only give you some general suggestion.

Control blood sugar

Whether it is diabetes that causes IgA Nephropathy or not, you should control blood sugar into the normal range. Because high blood sugar level can cause further damage to the kidneys. Generally speaking, physical activity, diet, weight control and medicine give you a lot of help.

Repair the damaged kidneys to lower creatinine level

Creatinine 3.2 is far beyond the normal level (0.5-1.2 mg/dL). Increased creatinine level indicates there is severe damage to the kidneys. You should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Because IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease, we should regulate the immune system to reduce its damage to the kidneys. A strong immune system can also help you resist the kidneys. Immunotherapy is to treat disease from immune system. This therapy is made up of six processes, namely immunodetection, immune clearance, immune block, immune tolerance, immune regulation and immune protection. With comprehensive treatment, creatinine level will gradually decrease to normal level. Besides, appetite will gradually increase, fatigue will disappear and cold limbs will become warm. Long-term treatment can help you avoid dialysis and kidney transplant.

Creatinine 3.2 means you are in stage 3 CKD, in which there is still 50 % possibility to reverse the disease. If you would like to know more information about our treatment, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. Our doctors will help you make a personalized treatment plan.

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