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Is 1.9 Creatinine Level Dangerous In Nephrotic Syndrome

Is 1.9 Creatinine Level Dangerous In Nephrotic SyndromeIn clinic, creatinine level is considered as an important indicator to show how about your kidney function on earth. With the progression of illness condition in Nephrotic Syndrome patients, in general, the level of creatinine will rise gradually. Well, recently, some patients asked us:is 1.9 creatinine level dangerous in nephrotic syndrome?

Firstly, we must tell you 1.9 creatinine level is indeed higher than the normal range ( 0.5-1.2mg/dL), but it is not enough dangerous to receive dialysis or kidney transplant. In this situation, a proper diet, an effective treatment or even an optimistic attitude may help you get rid of this condition as soon as possible.

The first and the most important is try to find an effective treatment which aims at lowering 1.9 creatinine level in nephrotic syndrome from the root. Here, dialysis may be the first on your mind. But unfortunately, we must remind that don’t forget the high recurrence rate just after dialysis. It is too high to control the overall conditions. Another alternative treatment must be Hot Compress Therapy which is widely used to lower high creatinine level by repairing damaged kidney and improving kidney function from the root. According to the words of patients who have already experienced it, they described it as Chinese massage, very comfortable.

Refer to diet, once you are diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, your doctors may suggest to have a healthy and proper diet plan just based on your own conditions. If you eager to get some professional suggestions about diet, please talk with our online doctors carefully, we are bound to help you greatly.

Finally, keep an optimistic attitude. It seems like there have no relationship between nephrotic syndrome and attitude. However, it is not difficult to find that patients who live more optimistic, they are more likely to live a happy and normal life. Above all, their conditions also controlled very well.

In a word, is 1.9 creatinine level dangerous in nephrotic syndrome completely depends on yourselves. Please follow all the suggestions mentioned above and we hope you will recover soon.

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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