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How To Lower Creatinine Level 7.8 In Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic syndrome is not a simple disease, but a comprehensive name of a group of diseases. Creatinine level is the judge standard of nephrotic syndrome. Creatinine level 7.8 in nephrotic syndrome means that your kidney function has declined seriously. That is to say, your illness condition is at the serious stage. If uncontrolled, your creatinine level will rise continually and your disease will get worse. So, how to lower creatinine level 7.8 in nephrotic syndrome?

In this case, both diet and treatment are very necessary for the patients.

And the diet for the patients is very strict, they need to pay close attention to many details. Such as low-salt, low-fat, low quantity and high quality protein, forbidding spicy, and light diet, etc.

Some people with creatinine level 7.8 in nephrotic syndrome start doing dialysis, but many people don’t want to rely on dialysis to maintain their life. Because dialysis replaces kidney function to eliminate the toxin and waste in the blood through machine. And kidney function will lose completely due to long-term dialysis. Except dialysis, is there any better treatment to treat nephrotic syndrome? The answer is yes.

There is a therapy of combination of Chinese traditional medicine and Western advanced equipments, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. After micro processing,the effective ingredients of the medicine can get in kidney directly through skin, blood and channels. The medicine ingredients is easy to overcome obstacles to affect kidney. The main purpose of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is to repair injured renal inherent cells and recover the kidney function. Besides, your high creatinine level will reduce through the treatment. And it has no any side effect to your body. Through clinical application, it is proved to be effective, comfortable and healthy.

Except diet and treatment, you also need to keep a positive and optimistic attitude to your illness condition. Because it is good to your disease. If you are troubled in creatinine level 7.8 in nephrotic syndrome, please consult our online doctor, they will give you a overall analysis and explanation according to your specific illness condition.

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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