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How to Lower High Creatinine Level Without Dialysis for IgA Nephropathy Patients

How to Lower High Creatinine Level Without Dialysis for IgA Nephropathy PatientsWhen creatinine is as high as 6-7 mg/dL, dialysis is recommended to lower it, or it may cause further damage to your kidneys and other body systems, such as heart. But dialysis has many complications, which are annoying. How to lower high creatinine level without dialysis for IgA Nephropathy patients?

Dialysis is not the only way for you to lower high creatinine level. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are many therapies to help you cleanse the blood. Here let’s have a general look at them.

Enema Therapy

This therapy is to infiltrate the medicated soup into the intestinal tract. It helps you relax the bowels so as to remove toxins from the colon and relieve the unpleasant symptoms of toxicity. According to TCM therapies, lung is linked with intestinal tract. When intestinal tract works normally, lung will also recover to work. As long as lung functions well, fluid in the blood can be expelled, which helps the recovery of your kidney function.

Circle therapy

Some Chinese medicine can draw out toxins from your body. After being shattered, they can be processed into medicine that can be rubbed into your skin. And then toxins in your body can be discharged.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy

This therapy is to penetrate micronized Chinese herbs into the damaged kidneys via skin by osmosis devices. This therapy can inhibit kidney inflammation and remove immune complexes from the kidneys. It can also improve blood circulation and supplement essential nutrients to help kidney self-healing.

There are also some other therapies, such as steam therapy, medicated foot bath, medicated full bath, acupuncture and moxibustion. To achieve a better curative effect, we often combine some of them together. After a period of treatment, your damaged kidneys can repair themselves. And then you can restore kidney function and creatinine level decreases.

If you want to lower high creatinine level without dialysis with IgA Nephropathy, you should receive treatment early. The earlier you receive treatment, the more kidney function you can regain.

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