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Urea 14.6, Creatinine 222 and eGFR 28 with Nephrotic Syndrome: What Can I Do

Urea 14.6, Creatinine 222 and eGFR 28 with Nephrotic Syndrome: What Can I Do“I have Nephrotic Syndrome. My urea 14, creatinine 222, eGFR 28. What can I do?” This question is left on our website. If you have any question, you can also leave a message to us and then our doctors will contact you. In the following, you will see the suggestion given by our doctor to this patient.

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Nephrotic Syndrome can get remission with treatment and avoid renal insufficiency. But from what you said, we can see your urea and creatinine level are both higher than the normal level (The normal creatinine level for adult is usually 44-133umol/L and normal urea level for adult is usually 3.2-7.1mmol/L) and your eGFR is also a little low. These three indicators mean you are in stage 4 CKD. What you should do is to stop the progression to kidney failure and avoid dialysis.

Because the conventional treatment such as steroids and other immunosuppressants has been proved not to get your disease in remission, you should not give up hope and try some new treatment.


In kidney disease hospital China, we have developed a set of treatment. A lot of patients from 64 countries have come to China to receive treatment and more than 80 % of them have an improvement in their medical condition. Space limited, so we just have a brief introduction to such treatment. This treatment includes Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Mai Kang, Foot Bath and Chinese herbs. They can dilate blood vessels, dredge the channel, remove blood stasis and lower cholesterol to improve blood circulation. They can also eliminate immune complexes and draw out toxins from body to cleanse your blood environment. Moreover, they can degrade extracellular matrix to stop kidney fibrosis. With systemic treatment, your damaged kidneys can gradually regain their ability. And then your urea and creatinine level come down and eGFR increases.

If you do not take measures as early as possible, your urea and creatinine level will increase further and eGFR will continue to decline. At last, you may have to do dialysis.

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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