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Serum Urea 119, Creatinine 5.74 with Nephrotic Syndrome: Is Dialysis A Necessity

Serum Urea 119, Creatinine 5.74 with Nephrotic Syndrome: Is Dialysis A NecessityRecently a female named Saroj leave a message in our website. She tole us the basic information about her medical condition. Her serum urea is 119 mg/dL and creatinine level is 5.74 mg/dL. And she wants to know whether it is a necessity to do dialysis. If you have any other question about kidney disease, leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmail.com are both OK. After analyzing your case, our doctors will contact you.

Nephrotic Syndrome can be well controlled with steroids and some other medicine. But if you can not find the suitable medicine for your kidney disease, kidney function impairment occurs. As a result, metabolic waste, inflammatory factors, immune complexes and some others begin to accumulate in the blood, which can cause further damage to the kidneys if you can not filter them from the blood as soon as possible. Both urea and creatinine are metabolic waste of protein. Urea 119 and creatinine 5.74 are much higher than the normal level. Generally speaking, it is recommended to do dialysis when your creatinine level is more than 5. But dialysis is not a necessity. There are still other ways to help you lower urea and creatinine level.

High urea level and creatinine level results from declined kidney function. If you can improve kidney function, urea level and creatinine level come down. Blood Pollution Therapy works like dialysis to filter waste from blood, but it is more powerful, because it can not only remove the macromolecule toxins, but also the small molecules and medium ones. Even the stasis clogged in the blood vessels can be removed. A clean blood environment is good for kidney self-healing. Besides, we will supplement essential substances, such as trace elements, vitamins and amino acids to activate the DNA in the damaged cells to speed up their recovery.

Early treatment to lower urea 119 and creatinine 5.74 is necessary, because they can cause many serious symptoms.

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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