“My creatinine level is 7.4 but it is dropping to 6.4. Should I still care about it?” I find the question in our email box: firstname.lastname@example.org. Now, we will discuss the topic. If you have any questions after you read it, you can email to us or leave a message below directly!
Creatinine 7.4 is extremely higher than the normal range which tells us that kidneys have been damaged severely. In clinic, creatinine level won’t increase until half of renal function has been damaged. Because extra creatinine level should be discharged out of the body by the healthy kidneys, and the normal creatinine level should range from 0.6-1.3mg/dl for males and 0.5-1.2mg/dl for females. As for creatinine 6.4, it is still higher than the normal range. Generally speaking, if you suffer from high creatinine level with some severe complications, such as nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, fatigue, dizziness, etc, dialysis will be recommended to you. Therefore, creatinine level 6.4 is still higher which requires you to pay much attention to your kidneys health.
Well then, can creatinine 6.4 be lowered to normal level?
The answer is yes! As long as you can receive correct and effective treatments to repair kidney damage and improve renal function, you will have a great chance to live a healthy life with a normal creatinine level.
What treatment can help lower high creatinine level fundamentally?
In our hospital, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, there are many alternative treatments to dialysis, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Acupuncture, Hot Compress Therapy, Foot Bath, Blood Pollution Therapy, and Immunotherapy, etc. They can help repair kidney damage and improve renal function from the root through the specific functions, like dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading extraceullar matrix. What’s more, compared to western medicines and dialysis, these treatments have no side effects to the body.
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