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What Should We Do with Creatinine 2 and Nephrotic Syndrome

Question: My brother is having Nephrotic Syndrome. His creatinine level is 2 mg/dL. Can you suggest me what should we do in this situation?

What Should We Do with Creatinine 2 and Nephrotic SyndromeAnswer: Creatinine 2 is a little higher than the normal level (0.5-1.2), which means your Nephrotic Syndrome begins to affect your kidney function. If you can not control your state of illness as early as possible, you may quickly develop to kidney failure. Now what you should do is to prevent the further progression of Nephrotic Syndrome and try to repair the damaged kidneys as well as improve kidney function.

For patients with Nephrotic Syndrome, steroids, ACEI, ARB and diuretics may be the most common used drugs to eliminate symptoms. But the problem is that once you stop the medications, these symptoms easily come back again. Because these medicine can not repair the damaged kidneys. In our hospital, we often use Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This is an external therapy, which is to penetrate the shattered herbs into the damaged kidneys through shen shu acupoints with the help of osmosis devices. It can remove the immune complexes and inflammatory factors from the kidneys so as to restrain kidney inflammatory reaction. It can also expand blood vessels and prevent thrombus so as to ensure oxygen and nutrient supplement for the kidneys. Besides, it can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis. After a period of treatment, not only does your creatinine level come down, but also your whole body becomes balanced and harmonious. There are also some other adjunctive therapies and oral Chinese medicine to help you consolidate the curative effects.

Though there is renal insufficiency, it is still possible for you to reverse your Nephrotic Syndrome to live a better life. If you could send us more detailed information such as urine test or blood test to igacure@gmail.com, we can help you make a personalized treatment plan.

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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