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What Does It Mean if Creatinine Is 1.95 for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

What Does It Mean if Creatinine Is 1.95 for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsWith Nephrotic Syndrome, patients are often required to do some blood tests or urine test to check how well their kidneys are functioning. Creatinine level is one of the indicators, which you should pay attention. What does it mean if creatinine is 1.95 for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

It means your kidneys are damaged.

Creatinine is the waste product of muscle contraction and to a small extent from the meat you consume. It is passed out of the body by kidneys. From its changes, we can see whether your kidneys are damaged or not. Our kidneys have immense compensation ability. When your kidneys are slightly damaged, the potential ability will be tapped to maintain its normal function. That is why creatinine level does not increase quickly until more than 50% kidneys are damaged. Now your creatinine level begins to increase. It indicates that your kidneys are damaged by Nephrotic Syndrome.

How to lower creatinine 1.95 for Nephrotic Syndrome patients?

Increased creatinine level results from damaged kidneys, so to lower creatinine level, you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various medicinal soup) can expand blood vessels to lower blood pressure and increase blood flow into the damaged kidneys to improve ischemia and anoxia. They can also speed up blood circulation to remove stasis. And they can decompose the deposited immune complexes to eliminate kidney inflammation and degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis. With the improvement of kidney function, your creatinine level will be brought into the normal range. Those therapies can also make your whole body balanced and harmonious so as to reduce the relapse of Nephrotic Syndrome.

What does it mean if creatinine is 1.95 for Nephrotic Syndrome patients? Now your medical condition is not that severe. Timely and effective treatment can stop further kidney damage. If you can send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com, our doctor can give you more detailed suggestions on kidney function improvement.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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