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Method to Reduce High Creatinine Level in IgA Nephropathy

Method to Reduce High Creatinine Level in IgA NephropathyIf you are diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy, you may find your creatinine level is higher than the reference range (0.6-1.2mg/dL for male and 0.5-1.1mg/dL for female). Well, how does IgA Nephropathy cause elevation of creatinine level? And what is the method to reduce high creatinine level?

High creatinine level and IgA Nephropathy

High creatinine level is not a typical medical condition for IgA Nephropathy, but an important indicator to reflect kidney condition. As a IgA Nephropathy is a chronic kidney problem which progresses over time. Therefore, if no effective treatment is given, kidney function will decrease and this can cause buildup of excess creatinine in blood.

Method to reduce high creatinine level in IgA Nephropathy

For IgA Nephropathy patients, to get high creatinine level lowered down, the following several measures are necessary:

1. Chinese medicine to remove IgA deposition in kidney

It is necessary for IgA Nephropathy patients to remove IgA deposition from kidney, and it is a very important part in the systematic treatment. IgA Nephropathy is an illness that can affect kidney function directly. In this disease, IgA deposition lodge in mesangial area and thus cause inflammation. Extreme inflammatory response is the real cause of kidney damages. Therefore, using Chinese medicine to remove IgA deposition away from kidney is very important.

2. Tight control of all the symptoms like high blood pressure and proteinuria

To get high creatinine level lowered down successfully, a tight control of all the symptoms like high blood pressure, hematuria and proteinuria is very important, because clinical studies report symptoms of IgA Nephropathy can accelerate illness progression which may cause further increase of creatinine level.

3. Try to be vegetarianism

Meat is proven to be high in arachidonic acid and saturated fats which belong to bad fatty acid. Clinical experiments show that bad fatty acid is a factor that can increase the inflammatory response of kidney. We know kidney tissues are injured due to persistent inflammatory response in kidney, so taking too much meat will cause more kidney damages and this is not helpful for IgA Nephropathy patients to have a tight control about their creatinine level.

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