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Effective Treatment for IgA Nephropathy Patients with Creatinine 8

Effective Treatment for IgA Nephropathy Patients with Creatinine 8Creatinine 8 is much higher than the normal range (0.5-1.2 mg/dL), which indicates that your kidneys are severely damaged and blood toxin concentration is very high. Without timely and effective treatment, it may impair all body systems so as to threaten your life. What is the effective treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 8?


Dialysis is the most common used treatment for high creatinine level, but because it can not improve kidney function, when you stop dialysis, creatinine level increases again, so you should take regular dialysis to cleanse your blood. It does not only cost money and time, but also bring you many side effects and complications, such as skin itch, muscle cramp, and heart failure. Long-term dialysis can also make you lose all your kidney function. Therefore, dialysis is not a good choice if you want to lead a normal life.

Blood Pollution Therapy!

For those kidney failure patients, we usually recommend Blood Pollution Therapy. This therapy combines with many kinds of blood purification therapies so as to have a thorough cleanse the blood. This can reduce the side effects of remaining waste products to your body. Those therapies can also cleanse the cycling immune complexes from the blood to reduce their deposition in the kidneys so as to eliminate kidney inflammation. Besides, Blood Pollution Therapy can supplement the essential nutrients to the damaged kidneys to speed up recovery. When your kidneys get enough oxygen and nutrients, they can repair themselves to certain extent. With the improvement of kidney function, your creatinine will decline and it won’t increase again. IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease. Immunotherapy can regulate the abnormal immune system, so you can combine Immunotherapy with Blood Pollution Therapy to achieve a better therapeutic effect.

What is the effective treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 8? The above information is just a brief introduction. If you would like to acquire detailed and personalized suggestion, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. Our doctors will reply you soon.

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