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What Does It Mean with Creatinine 5.6, GFR 11 and IgA Nephropathy

What Does It Mean with Creatinine 5.6, GFR 11 and IgA NephropathyIgA Nephropathy is an immune disease characterized by deposition of IgA or its immune complexes in glomerular mesangial areas. Creatinine and GFR are often used to measure how well the kidneys function. What does it mean with creatinine 5.6 and GFR 11 and IgA Nephropathy?

Brief analysis of your medical condition

It means you are in end stage renal failure (ESRD), in which you may have to do dialysis to prolong your life. But as we all know, dialysis has many complications, such as skin itch and muscle cramp. If you want to avoid dialysis, you have to take measures as soon as possible to improve kidney function. Though most your kidney tissues have been dead, it is possible to revive the injured ones and protect the intact ones.

General treatment plan for IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 5.6 and GFR 11

When your GFR is 11, a lot of waste builds up in your blood. If you do not purify the blood timely, they will cause further damage to the kidneys. Foot Bath, Medicated Bath, Circle Therapy and Enema Therapy are often used to draw out toxins from the body. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is also used to help kidney self-healing. They can also dilate blood vessels, dredge the channel and remove stasis. In this way, blood flow volume to the kidneys increases, as a result, the kidneys can get enough nutrients and oxygen. Besides, the increased blood flow can take away the immune complexes and IgA depositing in the kidneys, which can reduce kidney inflammation. Moreover, they can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis.

Apart from the above external therapies, there are oral Chinese medicine, such as Mai Kang Mixture and decoction. Combined internal and external therapy shows good curative effect. And then your creatinine level will come down and GFR will increase. From the most intuitive point of view, you will find urine output increases, there is floccule in the urine, poor appetite improves, and you will become energetic.

With the improvement of kidney function, you can live a normal live. For more information, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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