What should Kidney Disease Patient with Creatinine 1.8 and Hemoglobin 11.3 Do2016-02-06 16:15
I am a kidney disease patient. Now my creatinine level is 1.8, hemoglobin level is 11.3 and my doctor told me that my urea level is also very high. Can you tell me what those numbers means and what should I do now ?
Your creatinine level 1.8 and high urea reflects there are high toxins stayed in your internal body and more than 60-70% of your nephrons have been damaged. Your hemoglobin level 11.3 shows middle anemia, this is a typical complication of renal insufficiency. However, at present your electrolyte levels are still in normal range, which means your renal tubules have not been damaged seriously. On the whole, the damage condition is in stage 3 of Chronic Kidney Disease. This stage is in a very critical stage. With the timely treatment to clear your internal toxins(creatinine, urea etc.), repair your damaged kidney tissues and improve your kidney function, your condition can be reversed, and get away from dialysis and transplant in the future. Without timely and effective treatment, the whole condition will aggravate in a fast speed, very difficult to be reversed. So now the key point for you is to find a fit treatment and take it timely.
Besides that, you also should make a diet plan according to your own condition, you know a fit diet is helpful for increasing the curative effect but a bad one may decrease it.
Do remember to keep a good mood which also has great effect on your health. If you want to get a detailed treatment plan or need any other help in treating kidney disease, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you.
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