Creatinine 689 and Hypertensive Nephropathy Should Dialysis be Done2018-01-24 17:40
As we all know, once the kidney is damaged badly, the dialysis is required to prolong life triumphantly. While, when creatinine is 689 for hypertensive nephropathy patients, should dialysis be done?
In most countries, dialysis is usually suggested since creatinine 689 means end stage renal disease in which the patients have to abide series of discomforts. However, aside from the high blood pressure 160 / 90 and creatinine 600+, the patient did not have any discomforts. For avoiding dialysis, he searched in website for effective treatments. Finally, he decided to come to Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China.
There the doctor felt his pulse and also checked him with advanced examinations in which we can see creatinine 689mmol/L, HP 160 / 90mmHg, Occult Blood +, Protein Urine +, Hemoglobin 129g/L, etc, thereby, Cupping Therapy, Foot Bath, Medicated Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and others were given to him.
Within one month, his condition is steady. Let’s have a look on his tests, creatinine 427mmol/L, HP 140 / 90mmHg, Occult Blood -, Protein Urine +- and hemoglobin 165g/L. Later, he took the Chinese herbs medicine back home. After two month, he is still insist the healthy meals and lifestyles as well as the Chinese herbs medicine, his blood pressure is normal now with the conventional medical treatment, the creatinine level is at about 400, the more important is that he reject dialysis successfully.
According to his story, we can tell you that, the dialysis can be refused with valid treatments.
Are you suffering from hypertensive nephropathy? Have you been suggested to do dialysis in a short time? Do you have a strong eager to lower creatinine 689 naturally? If so, please leave a message below or send your medical reports to us. We will try our best to help you.
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