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Will Drink Much More Water Help to Reduce High Creatinine Level

2014-10-19 03:23

Will Drink Much More Water Help to Reduce High Creatinine LevelKidney disease elevates creatinine level in blood. High serum creatinine level should be controlled well, or dialysis or kidney transplant will be needed. For kidney disease patients, some of them are recommended to drink much more water when their creatinine level in blood is slightly higher. Why is this? Will drink much more water help to reduce high creatinine level for kidney disease patients?

As for this question, the answer is “Yes”. Creatinine is a substance that can pass through kidney freely. While kidneys filter blood, creatinine get out of the body with urine. For kidney disease patients, their kidneys are damaged severely, as a result of which, excess creatinine can not be removed timely. Consequently, creatinine build up in the blood, leading to high creatinine level. Kidney is in charge of fluid balance through urine output. For kidney disease patients, if they drink much more water, much more urine will be produced and also much more creatinine will be removed out of the body. Therefore, drinking much more water helps to reduce high creatinine level to a certain extent.

Although high fluid consumption helps to control serum creatinine level, but not everyone with kidney disease are allowed to drink lots of water. Kidney filters blood and during this process, excess fluid in the blood is removed out of the body through urine. When kidney function is impaired, kidneys filter less blood and also less urine is produced. Under such a condition, fluid stays in the tissues, resulting in swelling. For kidney disease patients with fluid retention, they need to limit fluid intake, or swelling will be worsened.

Besides, kidney disease patients who are on dialysis also need to limit fluid intake, so as to keep a proper dry weight and avoid serious complications during dialysis like low blood pressure. In one work, drinking much more water helps to control high creatinine level, but how much water to drink every day should be decided on the basis of exact kidney condition.

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