Kidney Disease with Creatinine 2.8: Need I to Take Dialysis2016-12-16 15:48
I am a kidney disease patient and my creatinine level keeps steady for the last few years, but recently, it increased to 2.8 rapidly. I want to know need i to take dialysis now?
For your case, it is the time to find the treatment to lower the creatinine and control the development of the disease. Otherwise more kidney function will keep being lost and Renal Failure will occur.
Need patient with creatinine 2.8 to take dialysis?
Dialysis is a common treatment of kidney disease which can help patients reduce creatinine level through replacing the function of removing toxic substances and the excessive fluids of kidneys. And generally speaking, dialysis treatment will be recommended when the creatinine level increases to about 8.0mg/dl. It seems that it is a little earlier to take dialysis for patients with creatinine 2.8.
But the fact is that only creatinine level can not decide whether dialysis is needed or not. If the high creatinine level has caused some complications which can be deadly, dialysis must be used.
Is there any alternative of dialysis?
Besides dialysis, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is another therapy to lower creatinine. This treatment is used externally through the osmosis devices, the bags filled with Chinese medicines will be put under the kidney area. The creatinine level will be lowered gradually through repairing the kidney damage and enhancing kidney function. While the active materials of Chinese medicines can efficiently act on the kidney area to repair kidney damage and enhance kidney function through the functions of expanding blood vessel, anti inflammation, anti coagulation and providing nutrition.
If you are interested in Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy or want to reduce the high creatinine level without dialysis, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will try our best to help you.
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