If My Creatinine Level Downs from 8.6 to 5.4 after Dialysis Does that Mean My Disease Goes Well2016-01-07 16:56
If my creatinine level downs from 8.6 to 5.4 after dialysis does that mean my disease goes well ? Dialysis as one of the common treatment of kidney failure, it can lower the high creatinine level by discharging the extra toxins out of the blood. But we can not say the disease is goes well or not just according to the creatinine level, because the creatinine level may goes high again after stopping dialysis.
How can we know the disease is goes well or not?
As we mentioned above, we can not say the disease is goes well or not just depend on the creatinine level. Another important indicator is GFR, which is more sensitive than creatinine.
You know that creatinine level can be affected by many factors but GFR level can reflect the kidney function directly, so it is more accurate in measuring the kidney function. So if your GFR level get improved that means your disease is goes well.
As we mentioned above, dialysis can not repair the damaged kidneys, so once patients stop taking it, those symptoms like high creatinine level caused by kidney disorder will appeared again. If you want to lower your high creatinine level permanently and reverse kidney disease, you have to take some alternative therapies.
If you need any help in lowering the high creatinine level or want to get rid of dialysis, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you. Our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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