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Can Creatinine 5.6 with Hypertensive Nephropathy be Reduced into Normal Level

2017-03-21 15:22

Can Creatinine 5.6 with Hypertensive Nephropathy be Reduced into Normal Level“Good morning, doctor. My creatinine is 5.6. Can you give me some suggestions to reduce the creatinine?” This is a phone from a hypertensive nephropathy patient. She is from Botswana. Do you want to get the way to diminish creatinine 5.6? Please don’t worry, here the article will help you learn more about how to make the creatinine 5.6 under the normal level.

Why the creatinine of the hypertensive nephropathy patient attain 5.6?

For hypertension patients, their kidneys are injured by the high blood pressure bit by bit. As the time goes by, the kidney will gradually lose its action to eliminate the excess water, toxins and wastes from the body. So, more and more unwanted matters will be retained in the body. As a result, patients will have many discomforts like vomiting, nausea, swelling and so on. In the meanwhile, the creatinine will go up if more than half of the kidney is damaged. Therefore, the creatinine 5.6 shows us the kidney is damaged badly and that the patients need to accept an effective treatment timely.

What are treatment to hypertensive nephropathy patients with creatinine 5.6?

Dialysis. It is a common technology to filter the blood by a treatment machine. It is able to alleviate the symptoms including the creatinine and prolong patients life. But, it leads to itching, muscle cramp, less renal function and other side effects. Besides, patients need to be on dialysis termly as the dialysis can not treat patients from the root.

Hot Compress Therapy. During the treatment, the patients will be hot pressed the Shenshu area with Chinese medicines to enlarge the blood vessels, dispel the blood stasis and promote the blood circulation. The kidney recovery will be improved in the therapy. It is beneficial for the kidney to get well. When the kidney is restored, the creatinine 4.5 will be reduced, the sufferings will be remit, and the patient will have a better life.

If you are interested in the ways to reduce creatinine 4.5 to normal level, please leave a message below or send an e-mail to sjzkidneyhospital@hotmail.com. We will reply you as soon as possible.

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