Creatinine Level 2.4 and Urea Level 95 does that Means the Kidney is Stop Working2015-02-23 08:38
Q: My wife has 2.4 creatinine and 95 urea level. Does that means the kidney is stop working ? plz help.
A: Hello, glad to help you. For your wife’s condition, her kidney is stop working, so you need to take measures right now to stop or delay the progression.
Both Creatinine and Urea level are the indicator of kidney function, especially the creatinine level. In clinic, exclude the non-pathology factors, creatinine 2.4 means the disease now is in stage 3 and the kidney function is lower than 60%. In this stage, if people can get a proper treatment timely , the disease can be delayed, even reversed. If left untreated, the disease may goes worse, Kidney Failure, even Uremia will occur, which is a life-threatening disease. So that demand us to take systematic treatment right now.
There are two kinds of Medicine, which are Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine. Compared with Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine is more natural, it can cure the disease in a mild way, that is to say, it can cure this disease without make further damage to the kidney. What’s more, it can solve the kidney problem from it’s root, so it is now very popular around the world, the most well-known one is Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can improve the kidney function, even reverse the disease by repairing the damaged kidney tissues and protecting the residual ones from further damage. With the help of it, more and more people have back to normal life. If you want to know more information about it, pleas do not hesitant to contact our online doctor, we will try our best to help you.
From the above we know that creatinine level 2.4 and urea level 95 does meas the kidney is stop working, so if you are in the same situation, you should take actions timely to prevent the disease goes worse.
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