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Kidney Failure with Creatinine 7.3: Should I Choose Dialysis

2016-07-18 17:55

I have got kidney failure several years and recently my serum creatinine level has up to 7.3. My doctor recommended me dialysis, should i choose it? Is it the best choice for me?

According to your stated, your creatinine level is much higher than the normal. As the toxin, it should be removed through the kidneys, once it increases, there is just 30%-50% kidney function left. For your case, the creatinine level has up to 7.3 it is much higher than the normal level, so the doctor may recommend dialysis to you.

Is dialysis the best choice for kidney failure patient with creatinine 7.3?

Dialysis can relieve some symptoms but can not treat the kidney failure from its underlying causes. Although it can remove some toxin, macromulecule toxin still stays in the body to damage the kidney again. besides, it can remove the nutrition of our body. long time for it. the patient will be weaker and weaker, the immunity will be lower and lower. it can easily bring much side-effect, such as fatigue, no appetite and others. once the dialysis begin, if there is no other way, patient need to take the dialysis frequently, that is why we do not suggest the patient take it.

To be frankly, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be a good alternative treatment of dialysis, so as a kidney failure patient with creatinine 7.3 you can take it into consideration.

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