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How to Treat High Creatinine Level

2012-11-25 11:40

More and more people are being bothered and threatened by kidney diseases. Many people are found have higher than normal creatinine level when they go for check in hospital due to discomforts of kidneys. High creatinine means that patients are experiencing decline of renal functions and therefore proper treatments should be received as soon as possible.

Though creatinine itself is not necessary bad product, it indicates that the kidneys have been damaged and kidney functions have been affected. There is not only increased creatinine level, but also excessive accumulation of other wastes and toxins such as uric acid, urea nitrogen, etc. Without timely and effective treatments, they will cause great injuries to the body and in the end the damages might become irreversible.

Traditional treatments for lowering creatinine are hormones and in end stage renal disease dialysis. They have quick effects in short term, but from the long run the effects are not very satisfying because they only aim at solving the surface problem without repairing damaged renal intrinsic cells and tissues. The illness conditions will continue to become worse and kidney functions will continue to decline. That is why creatinine will once again increase after a period of time or become worse under some inducements such as cold, fever, infections, over-tiredness, improper intake of some excitant foods, etc.

Creatinine is the metabolic waste of muscles in the body and therefore it will be continuously produced. Since we can not inhibit its producing, what we can do is to promote its excretion that is to repair damaged renal tissues and improve kidney function so that excessive creatinine will be discharge out of the blood.

Herbal medicines accompanied by hormones can not only relieve discomforts but also remove deposited immune complex and repair glomerular basement membrane and achieve the purposes of improving micro-circulation and decreasing renal blood pressure through dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow in the kidneys. As a result, the urine output will be increased which can help discharge more creatinine and urea nitrogen.

One more thing needs to be noted that it takes a course to repair damaged renal tissues and recovering kidney functions, therefore patients should adhere to treatments and medicines and good daily cares---avoid catching cold, control blood pressure and blood sugar, avoid over-tiredness and negative moods.

For smokers and drinkers, it is strongly recommended alcohol and tobacco should be quit or they will speed up glomerular sclerosis and cause even greater renal damages.

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