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Should I Be Concerned with Creatinine 2 and IgA Nephropathy

Should I Be Concerned with Creatinine 2 and IgA NephropathyIn the early stage of IgA Nephropathy, there are seldom symptoms so that patients do not pay enough attention to their state of illness. When they begin to have body malaise, their kidneys have been damaged severely. When their kidney function is less than 50%, creatinine level increases. Should I be concerned with creatinine 2 and IgA Nephropathy?

Creatinine 2 should be concerned.

Healthy kidneys can keep creatinine level into 0.5-1.2 mg/dL. Creatinine 2 is obvious higher than the normal level. Without proper treatment, creatinine level will increase further. Therefore, importance should be attached to creatinine 2.

How to lower creatinine 2 for IgA Nephropathy patients?

-Limit meat consumption

Meat is packed with creatine, which can be broken down into creatinine when it comes into the body. So you should limit the intake of meat.

-Have a good rest

Muscle contraction is also a source of creatinine. When you sleep, few creatinine comes into being. Therefore, a good rest helps you control creatinine level. But doing some gentle exercise is OK.

-Herbs

Cinnamon, salvia, nettle leaf and dandelion are also said to be helpful in lowering creatinine level. In the daily, you can drink some herbal tea under the instruction of doctor.

-Repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function

Now it is possible for you to normalize creatinine 2 with proper treatment. Immunotherapy combines with western medicine and Chinese medicine. It can regulate the abnormal immune system to reduce the production of immune complexes. It can also cleanse immune complexes from the kidneys to stop kidney inflammation. Moreover, it can improve blood circulation to help kidney self-healing. When your kidney function improves to more than 50%, creatinine 2 is normalized to normal level.

Should I be concerned with creatinine 2 and IgA Nephropathy? If you do not want kidney failure, you should be concerned and take treatment as early as possible. With the help of online doctor, you can learn more corresponding information.

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