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What Do You Do to Control High Creatinine Levels with Nephrotic Syndrome

What Do You Do to Control High Creatinine Levels with Nephrotic SyndromeIf you can not bring your Nephrotic Syndrome under control, it can lead to kidney function impairment. When your kidney function declines to lower than 50 %, creatinine level begins to increase. What do you do to control high creatinine levels with Nephrotic Syndrome?

Renal-friendly diet prevents creatinine level from increasing to certain extent.

Some of the creatinine is from the diet you consume. Meat is packed with creatine, which can be broken down into creatinine, so you had better limit the intake of protein. To be a vegetarian is good for heath. Because fresh vegetables and fruits are high in vitamins, which can help you improve immunity and help you fight against kidney disease.

Exercise also helps creatinine reduction

Exercise can cause muscle contraction so as to produce creatinine, so you had better reduce exercise, especially strenuous activity. When your physical condition allows, you can do some gentle exercise, such as walking, tai chi and yoga. The advantages of gentle exercise far outweigh its disadvantages.

When your kidney function improves, creatinine level decreases.

When your creatinine is over 5 mg/dL, dialysis is usually recommended to lower creatinine level. If not, some medications such as uremic clearance and ketosteril can help reduce creatinine level. Because kidney is the main organ to discharge creatinine from your body, repairing the damaged kidneys and improving kidney function can help you decrease creatinine level. Micro-Chinese Therapy can expand blood vessels and block blood clotting to speed up blood circulation. It can also cleanse inflammatory factors and immune complexes from the blood to prevent further damage to the kidneys. In addition, it can stop kidney fibrosis as well as provide the essential nutrients for kidney self-healing.

With Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, not only does creatinine level decline, but also other symptoms such as edema and proteinuria are in remission.

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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