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How to Stop Creatinine from Climbing Higher for IgA Nephropathy Patients

How to Stop Creatinine from Climbing Higher for IgA Nephropathy PatientsIt is not uncommon for IgA Nephropathy patients that creatinine level goes higher and higher even with treatment. How to stop creatinine from climbing higher for IgA Nephropathy patients? In this article, I will tell you several ways.

First of all, we should know more information about creatinine.

Creatinine is a waste product of muscle contraction and to a small extent from the meat you consume. It is passed out of the body by kidneys. Under normal circumstance, the production and the output of creatinine is kept in a balance. When your kidneys are severely damaged by IgA Nephropathy, the output of creatinine decreases, as a result, your creatinine level increases.
Treatment to lower creatinine level

From the above, we can see that the raised creatinine is associated with the declined kidney function. If you want to stop creatinine from climbing higher, you should protect the remaining kidney function and try to repair the damaged kidneys and promote kidney function.

IgA Nephropathy is an autoimmune disease caused by IgA and its immune complexes depositing in the kidneys. Therefore, treatment for IgA Nephropathy should set about regulating the abnormal immune system and cleansing immune complexes from the blood. After years of research and clinical practice, we develop Immunotherapy. This therapy is a combination of western medicine and Chinese medicine. It can not only do that, but also increase the kidney’s tolerance to immune complexes to prevent inflammation and block abnormal immune reaction to reduce the production of immune complexes. What is more, it makes your whole body harmonious and balanced so as to help you fight against the disease. When your kidneys regain their ability, your creatinine level will go down.

How to stop creatinine from climbing higher for IgA Nephropathy patients? The above information is very general. If you would like to get a detailed treatment plan, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your case, we will contact you.

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