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High BUN And High Creatinine Level In Nephrotic Syndrome

High BUN And High Creatinine Level In Nephrotic SyndromeNormally, whether BUN or creatinine, they are considered as toxins to our body and can be discharged by our kidneys along with urine successfully. However, for Nephrotic Syndrome patients, gradually elevated creatinine level and BUN level should be the focus as the time goes on. Well then, what does high BUN and high creatinine level in nephrotic syndrome mean on earth? How to treat it effectively? With these two problems, please read on carefully.

Refer to high creatinine level, maybe you are deeply familiar with because once you are diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, creatinine level will be talked about frequently by your doctors and nurses. Creatinine is a metabolic product produced mainly by your muscles and foods consumed from your daily diet. In general, the creatinine enters into your blood and travels to your kidneys, where almost all is removed by your kidneys. A normal blood creatinine level falls between 0.5-1.3mg/dL. Elevated creatinine level occurs when your kidneys fail to work properly. In this case, the first thing is to limit the foods intake strictly and consult our online doctors what foods you should avoid. Next, to take some Chinese herbal medicines try to lower high creatinine level effectively.

As for BUN, it is a waste product of the digestion of protein and also mainly discharged through our kidneys. For a healthy body, his or her BUN level should be in the range 6 to 20mg/dL (3.2-7.1mmol/L). If your BUN level exceeds 20 mg/dL, it can indicate kidney disease. From this, to reduce the BUN level in the blood, the most effective way should be restrict the protein intake and try to choose some foods in high-quality protein, like egg white, fresh fish, lean meat, milk, etc in your daily life.

However, to treat high BUN and high creatinine level in nephrotic syndrome effectively, only keep a healthy diet is far enough. In the clinic, more and more patients choose Chinese natural therapies to help lower both the levels. Any follow up questions about Chinese natural therapies, please consult us at any time, we will surely help you.

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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