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IgA Nephropathy, Creatinine 314: Is There Still Way to Avoid Dialysis

Question: My brother has IgA Nephropathy. Creatinine went up to 314. Is there still way to avoid dialysis?

IgA Nephropathy, Creatinine 314: Is There Still Way to Avoid DialysisAnswer: Your brother’s creatinine level is beyond the normal range, but it does not mean he must start dialysis now. As long as he grapes time for treatment, he can avoid dialysis successfully.

Elevated creatinine level means severe kidney damage, and he must have a series of symptoms and complications, such as swelling, proteinuria, high blood pressure, anemia, etc. His treatment I think mainly focuses on eliminating those discomforts. If he does not have any of them, no treatment is recommended by his doctors. I can not say that this kind of treatment is wrong, but it is not perfect. We should take treatment once we find out the disease even if we do not have any symptoms. Here I suggest you try Toxin-Removing Treatment.

Toxin-Removing Treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients to reduce creatinine 314

This treatment is a combined Chinese treatment, which makes use of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Enema Therapy, Steam Therapy, Navel Therapy, Mai Kang Mixture and so on to eliminate waste products and extra fluid from body via urine, stool and sweat. It can also expand blood vessels to lower high blood pressure. Besides, it can improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into damaged kidneys so that enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine can be transported into damaged kidneys to speed up kidney recovery. More importantly, it can help regulate the abnormal immune system so as to treat Berger’s Disease from the root. With treatment going on, swelling will disappear. High blood pressure will go down. Elevated creatinine level will go down. Proteinuria and hematuria will decrease and eventually turn negative. And kidney function will be promoted gradually so that the patients can keep dialysis away.

There is still way to avoid dialysis for IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 314, but you may have to travel to China for treatment. For more information on IgA Nephropathy treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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