GFR 32 and Excessive Protein Leakage in Urine Is It Caused by Creatinine 263This article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2018-03-19 14:16
A nephritis patient asked our doctor in recent days that “I have excessive protein leakage in urine, and GFR is 32, is this caused by creatinine 263?” I do believe some patients will have some puzzles about the kidney problem. Here I would like to talk a little about it.
Creatinine level in the blood is simply a index of how well are kidneys working. Generally speaking, as a waste produced by our muscle, it harmful to our whole body if its concentration exceeded standard. But it is not the cause of any symptoms. Medically, both GFR 32 and creatinine 263 shows the serious damaged kidneys.
As a matter of fact, excessive protein leakage is appears because of the kidney damage. You know, the kidney is the mainly organ to remove the toxins by filtering the blood, once the filtering membrane (renal cells) are damaged, it can not preserve the protein in the blood.
That is to say, as long as you want to prevent the recurrence of protein in urine, repairing kidneys are needed.
While, is there any way to resume the kidneys?
I kid you not, there is not way in clinic to completely restore the patients’ own kidney function. But with effective treatments, the patients can return to normal life, such as kidney transplant, Chinese herbal medicine and so on.
Here I highly recommend Chinese herbal medicine, a natural way to adjust our immune system, circulation system, anti-inflammation and induce-inflammation mechanism, self-recovery system, etc. Finally, the renal function and also GFR will be elevated step by step, the creatinine 263 will be cut down naturally, the protein leakage can be stopped and the patients will feel better.
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