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IgA Nephropathy and Creatinine 3.4: Is It Treatable

IgA Nephropathy and Creatinine 3.4: Is It Treatable“I have IgA Nephropathy. My creatinine is 3.4. Is it treatable?” If you have the similar doubt, and if you want to control your disease well, this article will be very helpful for you.

Brief analysis of your medical condition

Creatinine level does not increase until more than 50% of your kidneys are damaged. Now your creatinine level is 3.4, almost 3 times of the normal range. Therefore, immediate treatment is needed if you do not want your disease to keep worsening.

Treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 3.4.

If you just want to lower creatinine level, you can try ketosteril or medicinal charcoal or niaoduqing. But once you stop the medicine, creatinine level will increase higher quickly. If you want to recover kidney function and stabilize creatinine level, you should repair kidney damage.

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we can help you lower at least 10% of creatinine level in half month, and we can also help you regain kidney function. Do you want to what treatment is so helpful? It is Toxin-Removing treatment. It takes advantage of various Chinese medicine therapies such as Medicated Bath, Steam Therapy, Navel Therapy, Enema Therapy and so on to remove massive waste products including IgA immune complexes out of body. It can also improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys, and then essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine can be transported into nidus to speed up kidney recovery. Besides, it can regulate the abnormal immune system to fight against the disease. After about half month’s treatment, your high creatinine level will come down gradually. Your BUN and uric acid level will reduce as well. After about one month’s treatment, your kidney function will increase. And then creatinine can be passed out of body naturally.

With IgA Nephropathy and creatinine 3.4, it is still treatable. If you can not find out such a treatment in the local, do not worry too much. You can come to our hospital. We are a kidney disease specialized hospital, which has helped thousands of patients with similar condition get well. For more information on our hospital and our treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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