Creatinine Level Increases from 4.3 to 6.1 How to Treat It2015-06-29 15:56
I am a kidney disease patient and my HB 8.2; neutrophil 74 (50-70); blood urea nitrogen 68; creatinine 6.1; calcium 8.4; phosphorus 6.6; cholesterol 65.8. One month ago, HB 10; neutrophil 83; BUN 84, creatinine 4.3. What would you say about my condition ? Can you tell me how to treat it ?
From your stated we know that Your hemoglobin becomes lower and the serum creatinineincreases too fast. Are you receiving EPO injection regularly? If your hemoglobin is too low, weakness, loss of appetite, even nausea and vomiting are likely to happen.
Your serum creatinine increases from 4.3 to 6.1mg/dl in one month's time. It is serious. If left untreated, you will need dialysis. Besides, the elelctrolytes disorder is also serious, especially the phosphorus level is very high. I suggest you take Sevelamer and calcitriol. The infection is not very serious. Please don't worry.
I hope you can receive systematic treatment to reverse the disease as soon as possible. Otherwise, you will have to be on dialysis the rest of life, which is something you do not want to see. While the only way to treat various of symptoms of kidney disease and avoid dialysis is to save kidneys themselves through repairing kidney damage and recovering kidney function.
Nowadays, more and more kidney disease patients care about the side effects. Take safety and efficiency into account, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy will be recommended here. This treatment is based on Traditional Chinese herbal medicines, but used externally. It aims at repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function. More and more foreign patients come to take this natural treatment for kidney disease.
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