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Can I Recover from IgA Nephropathy with Creatinine 6.5

Can I Recover from IgA Nephropathy with Creatinine 6.5“I am diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy. Now my creatinine level is 6.5. Can I recover from it?”. When creatinine level rises, many patients have the similar doubt. Now go on reading to learn more information. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact online doctor.

Brief analysis about your medical conditions

Normal creatinine level ranges from 0.5 to 1.2 mg/dL. In different districts, there may be a little different. But creatinine 6.5 is obviously far beyond the normal range. Because our kidneys are packed with a lot of extra capacity, creatinine level does not increase until more than 50% kidney function has lost. Therefore, when your creatinine is 6.5, it indicates that your kidney function has been impaired severely by IgA Nephropathy.

Treatment to lower creatinine 6.5 for IgA Nephropathy patients

-Generally speaking, when creatinine level is as high as 6-7, dialysis is recommended to cleanse the blood and maintain your life. But dialysis can not repair the damaged kidneys. When you stop dialysis, creatinine level will increase again.

-To recover from IgA Nephropathy, you should regulate the abnormal immune system and repair the damaged kidneys. Immunotherapy is a common used therapy for IgA Nephropathy. It is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. This therapy can cleanse cycling immune complexes and inflammatory chemicals from the blood to reduce kidney inflammation. It can block abnormal immune reaction to reduce the production of immune complexes. It can increase the kidneys’ tolerance to immune complexes so that even immune complexes deposit in the kidneys, they do not cause kidney inflammation. Besides, it can strengthen your immune system to help you fight against the disease. With the improvement of kidney function, your creatinine level will go down.

Can I recover from IgA Nephropathy with creatinine 6.5? Yes, you can. But the key is to find a suitable treatment for your disease. If you would like to know more information about our treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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