Is there Any Problem if the Patient with Creatinine Level up to 10.1 not to Take Dialysis2014-12-20 17:54
My father's creatinine increased to 9.4 but after two month it decresed to 5.4 and after three months for excessive walking and taking meat & fish his creatinine level again goes to 10.16 . But he has no serious symptom. Is there any problem if not to take dialysis ?
Actually, after the creatinine level up to 8.0, dialysis will be in demand. So as your father’s situation, the creatinine level is up to 10.16, he need to seek help from dialysis for a longer and better life. But as you said he has no serious symptoms, so i do not recommend dialysis, so as to let him avoid some unnecessary pains bring by it.
Is there any problem if the patient not to take dialysis ?
Actually, except dialysis there are some other alternative therapies that can help your father with high creatinine level live better and longer.
One of the best ways is Kidney transplant, it can solve all the kidney problems for once. But it may need cost large amount of money and people may face the risk of kidney failure again.
Another one is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which is an innovation and improvement of Traditional Chinese Herb Medicine. By enlarging blood vessels, anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulation and anti-thrombosis, it can repair the damaged kidney tissues and protect the residual ones from further damage, thus to improve the kidney function. there are many kinds of herbs in it, and for different people the doctor will arrange different herbs. So if you want to know more details, you can chat with our online doctor directly.
From the above we can know that if the patient with creatinine level up to 10.1 but do not want to take dialysis, they can choose kidney transplant or Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, both of them can help them live better without dialysis.
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