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Do I Have to Do Dialysis to Lower High Creatinine with IgA Nephropathy

Do I Have to Do Dialysis to Lower High Creatinine with IgA NephropathyWhen creatinine level is very high, dialysis is recommended to reduce the blood toxin concentration so as to relieve your body malaise. Do I have to do dialysis to lower high creatinine with IgA Nephropathy?

Dialysis is not a good choice for IgA Nephropathy patients with high creatinine level.

Dialysis can help you cleanse the blood so as to maintain your life, but every coin has two sides. It is not helpful for kidney function preservation. When you stop dialysis, creatinine and some other waste products build up in the blood again. Therefore, you have to do dialysis from time to time to purify the blood. Long-term dialysis can bring you many side effects and complications, such as skin itch, muscle cramp and heart disease. That is why many kidney failure patients do not want to do dialysis.

How to lower creatinine level for IgA Nephropathy patients?

If you want to lower your creatinine level and preserve your remaining kidney function, you should choose some other treatment for IgA Nephropathy. Blood Purification Therapy is a combination of many kinds of blood purification therapies in western medicine and Chinese medicine. They can not only cleanse waste products in the blood, but also remove stasis from the blood vessels to ensure a good blood circulation in the kidneys. Moreover, they provide the essential nutrients for the damaged kidneys to help them recover. After a period of treatment, your creatinine level will come down and it is also possible for your kidney function to go up. IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease, so you should regulate the abnormal immune system. Immunotherapy is a good choice for you. If you want to achieve a better therapeutic effect, you can combine these therapies together.

Do I have to do dialysis to lower high creatinine with IgA Nephropathy? No, dialysis is not a necessity if you take treatment as early as possible to resume your kidney function. If you are interested in our treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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