Diabetes with Creatinine 3.3 What Can be Down for My Kidneys2015-03-08 15:03
“I have been suffered from diabetes foe several years, about ten years. And now my creatinine is 3.3, what can be done for my kidneys? Is there any ways that can help me live better ?” Actually, these two question are concerned by many people who are in the same situation. In the following i will give you the answers.
You know for your case, the high creatinine level is caused by long-term diabetes. Creatinine level 3.3 is not very high but is still indicate that your kidneys have been damaged moderately, so you should take actions now to prevent further damage to your kidneys.
If you just focus on the number 3.3 is not very high, you are now in stage 3 kidney disease. This is a vital stage in kidney disease, with timely and proper treatment you may have a chance to reverse you kidney damage. But for your condition, the kidney disease is caused by Diabetes and it is more complex and hard to be treated. So the treatment will be the key point to reverse the kidney damage.
Is there any ways that can help Diabetes with creatinine 3.3 live better ?
The elevated blood sugar will result in a series of pathologic changes of glomerular inherent cells, and consequently vasoconstriction, microcirculation disturbance, damage of capillary endothelium, and glomerular sclerosis and necrosis appear.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has the incomparable advantages compared with western medication. It can repair injured renal inherent cells and protect the the kidneys from further damage. With the help of this therapy people with diabetes and creatinine 3.3 can have a chance to control this disease well and avoid dialysis.
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