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Creatinine 1.91, Hematuria, Protein Loss 5.5 and Diabetic Nephrotic Syndrome: What I Do

Question: I am 34 years old. My creatinine is 1.91, I have hematuria also. Protein loss through urine is 5.5 gram. Dr said I have suffered from diabetic Nephrotic Syndrome. Please tell me what I do??

Creatinine 1.91, Hematuria, Protein Loss 5.5 and Diabetic Nephrotic Syndrome: What I DoAnswer: Nephrotic Syndrome is usually diagnosed when your protein loss is more than 3.5 g/d and plasma albumin is less than 30 g/L. Now your protein loss through urine is as high as 5.5 g. Creatinine is an indicator of kidney function. Creatinine 1.91 is a little higher than the normal range (0.5-1.2 mg/dL), which indicates that your kidney function has impaired. Therefore, timely treatment is needed to bring it under control.

To stabilize your blood sugar level

You said your Nephrotic Syndrome is caused by diabetes, so it is necessary to stabilize your blood sugar level to prevent further damage. Exercise, healthy diet, weight control and medications are helpful for you to blood sugar management.

To repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function

Nephrotic Syndrome is usually associated with immune complexes deposited in the kidneys. It is those immune complexes that cause kidney inflammation and increase the permeability of capillaries so that protein leaks out. 4M treatment (Mai Kang Composition, Medicated Bath, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and various Medicinal Soup) can cleanse the blood to prevent further damage. They can also decompose the immune complexes and remove them out of the kidneys to eliminate kidney inflammation. Besides, they can dilate blood vessels and remove stasis to increase blood flow into kidneys to improve ischemia and anoxia. After a period of treatment, your damaged kidneys can regain their ability and then creatinine, hematuria and protein loss are under control.

The above information is very general. If you would like to get a personalized treatment plan, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your case, our doctors will contact you.

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