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Can IgA Nephropathy Patients Avoid Dialysis with Creatinine 7.74

Can IgA Nephropathy Patients Avoid Dialysis with Creatinine 7.74Generally speaking, when your creatinine is as high as 6-7, dialysis is recommended. It can help you cleanse the waste products and excessive fluid from the blood so as to maintain your life. But it has many side effects and complications, which affects your life a lot. That is maybe why many kidney failure patients would rather give up dialysis. Can IgA Nephropathy patients avoid dialysis with creatinine 7.74?

Let’s have a brief analysis about your medical condition.

Creatinine 7.74 is obviously much higher than the normal creatinine level (0.5-1.2 mg/dL). It means more than 50% kidney function has been impaired by IgA Nephropathy. If you feel very uncomfortable, you should start dialysis now to lower toxin concentration. If you feel well, dialysis is not recommended, because as long as you start dialysis, it is difficult for you to stop dialysis.

IgA Nephropathy patients can avoid dialysis with creatinine 7.74

Besides dialysis, there are some other ways to cleanse the blood, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various Medicinal Soup. They can draw out toxins from the blood. They can also regulate the blood environment by lowering blood pressure and blood cholesterol level. Besides, they can dilate blood vessels and block blood clotting to increase blood flow into kidneys so as to improve ischemia and anoxia. And they can decompose the immune complexes to eliminate kidney inflammation. When your kidneys regain their ability, your creatinine will gradually diminish. There are also some other adjunctive therapies to help you achieve a better therapeutic effect, such as circle therapy, steam therapy, enema therapy, medicated full bath, etc.

Can IgA Nephropathy patients avoid dialysis with creatinine 7.74? Yes. If you receive treatment now, it is possible for you to avoid dialysis and lead a normal life. For more information about our treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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