How does FSGS Patient Reduce Creatinine 4.6 to 3.32016-03-11 14:17
One FSGS patient said that his creatinine level downs to 3.3 from 4.6. How does he reduce his high creatinine level? Can high creatinine level be lowered more effectively?
How does FSGS patient reduce his high creatinine level?
FSGS is one kidney disorder that has a close link with immune disorder. In order to manage FSGS, his local doctor prescribed Rencept360 tablets for 10 days. Then, his creatinine level declines to 3.3 mg/dl, but then, it doesn’t lower further. Therefore, he begins to find alternative therapies to control his condition.
Immunosuppressant is one type of medication that can prevent and inhibit inflammatory reactions from damaging various organs in the body, while patients with FSGS are often found to have a variety of antibodies in their kidney biopsy test. Therefore, this medicine can help slow down the progression of FSGS and ease patient’s symptoms. Generally, after a period of treatment, patients can find their creatinine level to some extent.
However, this therapy works through weakening patients’ immune system, so this type of medications may cause a series of side effects easily such as infection and swelling.
Is there any other therapy to lower high creatinine more effectively?
With the development of modern medicine, kidney experts have created some other therapies such as Immunotherapy and Clear Blood Pollution Therapy. Compared with immunosuppressants, these therapies are more effective in treating FSGS and lowering high creatinine level. In addition to purifying blood, these therapies can also regulate immune system and repair impaired kidney cells. Therefore, FSGS kidney disease can be treated from the root.
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