Creatinine Downs from 1.4 to 1.1 does That Means It is Reversible2016-02-13 16:01
“My doctor said I have stage 2 kidney disease. Creatinine has been 1.4, 1.2 and 1.1. GFR has been 44, 54, and 57. Is this now reversible?” The answer is yes, creatinine surely can be reversed but only if you can find it in the early stage and can get proper treatment timely. Another situation is the increased creatinine level is not induced by disease factor, but caused by unreasonable diet.
Experts said that diet plays an important role in curing Chronic Kidney Disease, a good diet may double the curative effect, a bad diet may hurt your kidney. Take a large amount of protein in a short time may lead the creatinine level increases, after you adjust your diet plan, the creatinine level may back to normal again. But if you can not make adjustment in time, the high creatinine level may damage your kidney, thus induce kidney disease. So once your creatinine increased, even it is just higher that the normal level, you should pay attention to it, so as to prevent further damage to your kidney.
If the increased creatinine level is caused by disease factor, you also can reverse it as long as it is not over too much than the normal level. Just like we mentioned at the beginning, the creatinine level 1.4 it is just over the normal level 1.2, so a timely proper treatment can lower it to the 1.1. Therefore, if you are a person with high creatinine level, do not scared, just go to a normal hospital and find the underlying reasons, then take corresponding measures according to your own condition, you can control it soon.
From the above we know that high creatinine level can be reversed at the early stage by proper treatment. If you 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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