Kidney Disease with Creatinine 3.5: How to Control It2016-10-24 14:04
I am a kidney disease patient, the doctor said my creatinine is 3.5. I also have diabetes and hypertension. Can you tell me how to control it?
According to the information you presented, I know that your kidneys have been damaged more than 50%. Otherwise, your creatinine would not increase. Diabetes and hypertension can both be the cause of the kidney damage. On the other hand, kidney damage can also lead to hypertension. So you need to control your blood sugar stable in a reasonable range (5-7), and promote your blood circulation, remove the toxin from your body, repair your damaged kidney and improve your renal function at last. If you do not get effective treatment and prevent the progress of the disease, the creatinine would increase quickly and your kidney function would decrease quickly and you would face to dialysis soon. Because this disease progress more fast after it reach a certain stage.
What treatment is helpful for preventing the progression of kidney disease?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the most effective treatment of kidney disease,
it can prevent the progression of kidney disease by repairing the damaged kidneys and protecting the residual ones from further damage.
It has four main functions, they are anti-inflammation, ant-coagulation, anti-thrombosis, and enlarge blood vessels. Those functions can ensure the curative effect of this treatment. What’s more, all those herbs in it are tested before applying to clinical, so this treatment can repair the kidneys without making further damage to the kidneys.
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