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How to Control Creatinine Level for FSGS Patients

Question: I have been diagnosed with FSGS. My creatinine level is under control, it had decreased from 2.1 mg/dL to 1.8 mg/dL. But 2 months before, suddenly it again jumped to 2.1 mg/dL. Now it is 2. Can you guide me in how to control the creatinine?

How to Control Creatinine Level for FSGS PatientsAnswer: From what your said, we can see that your creatinine level is fluctuating, which indicates that your disease is not stable. Creatinine level is a reflection of kidney function. If you want to control your creatinine well, the key is to protect your kidney function well or even promote it to decrease creatinine level.

Toxin-Removing Treatment helps FSGS patients control creatinine level.

This is a combined Chinese medicine treatment, which targets at setting up good blood environment for kidney self-healing. On one hand, it makes use of some Chinese medicine therapies such as cycle therapy, enema therapy, steam therapy, medicated bath and so on to remove massive waste products from body via urine, stool and sweat to make internal environment clean for kidney self-healing. After about one week’s treatment, you will find floccules in urine, which are those waste products passed out. After about half month’s treatment, your high creatinine level will go down at least 10%. On the other hand, this treatment can help activate blood circulation to remove stasis so as to increase blood flow into damaged kidneys to supply them with enough essential elements such as oxygen, nutrients and active ingredients of medicine to speed up kidney recovery. After about one month’s treatment, your kidney function will increase gradually. With the improvement of kidney function, creatinine can be filtered out naturally. And then your creatinine level will go down further. Now your condition is not that severe. It is possible for you to reverse the disease and lead a normal life.

How to control creatinine level for FSGS patients? If you can not find out a satisfying treatment in the local, welcome to our hospital for treatment. We will do our utmost to help you resist the disease. For more information on our hospital and our treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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