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Alternative Treatment for IgA Nephropathy and Creatinine 7.1

Alternative Treatment for IgA Nephropathy and Creatinine 7.1What is the alternative treatment to take with IgA Nephropathy and creatinine 7.1? Creatinine 7.1 is several times higher than the reference value 0.5-1.3mg/dL. For IgA Nephropathy patients, they are usually suggested to start dialysis when their serum creatinine increases to such a high level. Well, is dialysis the only option? And what is the alternative treatment that IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 7.1 to take?

Dialysis is needed when creatinine level is increased to 7.1, because it can help to clear creatinien and urea nitrogen away from blood. Both creatinine and urea nitrogen belong to small molecule substance which can pass through kidney. In normal condition, they are excreted by kidney, so the level of them in the blood helps to reflect kidney condition. This is the reason why creatinine level and blood urea nitrogen level are always measured to indicate kidney condition. Dialysis is especially helpful for clearing small molecule substances, so with dialysis, creatinine level and urea nitrogen level in the blood can be lowered down.

Dialysis is helpful for purifying blood, but once IgA Nephropathy patients to start, they need to do it regularly. Also, with the duration of dialysis, residual kidney function becomes lesser and lesser. For this reason, it is necessary for IgA Nephropathy patients to delay dialysis by strengthening kidney and improving kidney function.

Immunotherapy is just such a holistic treatment that can help IgA Nephropathy patients regain some of their kidney function. It is divided into six steps while treating IgA Nephropathy and each of step is aims at achieving different treatment goals. For patients with IgA Nephropathy and creatinine 7.1, after Immunotherapy, not only their high creatinine level can be lowered down effectively, also their GFR (Glomerular Filtration Membrane) can be improved successfully. Additional, Immunotherapy is a combination of Chinese medicine and wester medicine which are used in different steps to achieve different goal in this treatment. By taking full advantages of Chinese medicine and western medicine, we can get the best treatment effects.

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