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Will Your Creatinine Level Go Down When You Start Dialysis

2016-04-11 07:41

Will Your Creatinine Level Go Down When You Start DialysisAs your kidneys fail to work, creatinine level increases very high, and then people start dialysis to cleanse the blood. Will your creatinine level go down when you start dialysis? The answer is not always.

Generally speaking, creatinine level will drop after dialysis, and gradually rise until the next therapy. That is to say, you have to continuously do dialysis to keep your creatinine level down. But long-term dialysis is not beneficial for you to protect your kidney function. With the loss of kidney function, your creatinine level may increase even higher than that before dialysis. And you also have to suffer from the various side effects that dialysis brings to your, such as fatigue, low blood pressure, headache, skin itchy, etc.

How to keep your high creatinine level down and stable instead of dialysis?

If you do not only want to lower your high creatinine level, but also keep it into an acceptable range, you have to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we use Chinese medicine and Stem Cell Therapy to help you. Stem cells can differentiate into kidneys when they are injected into your body. They can also help strengthen your immunity to help fight against the disease. Chinese medicine can set up a good blood environment for those stem cells to survive in body so as to help rebuild the damaged kidneys and restore kidney function. For example, it can draw toxins out of the body to reduce their concentration in the blood. It can also improve blood circulation in body to ensure that the damaged kidneys can get enough oxygen, essential elements and active ingredients of medicine to heal themselves. Besides, it can inhibit kidney inflammation and stop kidney fibrosis. With the improvement of kidney function, your creatinine level will go down and be kept stable.

Will your creatinine level go down when you start dialysis? Not always. If you want to keep your creatinine down and stable, you should repair kidney damage and restore kidney function. For more information on kidney failure treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to kidneycares@hotmail.com.

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