Creatinine 2.5 with High Blood Pressure How to Treat It2015-07-13 15:37
I have 15 years high blood pressure history and now my creatinine level is 2.5. The doctor told me the high creatinine level is caused by blood pressure is that reliable ? If yes, how to treat it ?
In fact, long terms of high blood pressure will cause kidney disease, which is known as Hypertensive Nephropathy. As you said, you have suffered 15 years hypertensive, it do can increase the creatinine level, so the doctor is right.
How to treat creatinine 2.5 with high blood pressure ?
For your condition, if the diagnosis of hypertensive kidney damage can be confirmed, overall damage could mainly exist in renal tubule and insterstitial area. Corresponding damage is mainly related with insufficient blood flow into interstitial area through afferent arteries. In addition, your creatinine is 2.5, indicating that overall kidney damage and function decline is relatively serious. So, corresponding treatments should focus on 'promoting blood circulation and degrading out these blood stasis', which is key to treat this disease from the root.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherpay is known as one of the most effective treatments of kidney disease, it has four main functions which are anti-coagulation, anti-thrombosis, anti-inflammation and enlarge blood vessels. By these four functions, it can promote the blood circulation and dispel blood stasis, this to repair the damaged kidneys and protect the remaining ones from further damage.
In one word, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherpay as one of the innovation of traditional Chinese Medicine, it can help patient with creatinine 2.5 and high blood pressure to live a quality life. If you want to know more information about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherpay or need any help in treating Hypertensive Nephropathy, you can leave message to us, we will try our best to help you.
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