In many countries, kidney transplant is regarded as the last choice for kidney disease patients, especially when condition develops end stage renal disease. What is going on with elevated creatinine after kidney transplant?
After kidney transplant, patients have to take the anti-rejection drugs for the rest of their life. However, these medicines can destroy immune system and make their immunity relatively low. So kidney disease patients who received a kidney transplant are easy to get colds and other infections. If the primary disease belongs to autoimmune disease like lupus, FSGS, IgA Nephropathy, purpura, etc, then the condition has a certain possibility to relapse. For instance, the relapse rate of FSGS after kidney transplant can even reach up to 50%. When the new kidney is damaged, elevated creatinine level will appear sooner or later.
If patients adopt the same measures to lower elevated creatinine, then they may need the second kidney transplant. That is because these measures are unable to help repair kidney damage, recover renal function and adjust the abnormal immune system. In the clinic, we have seen so many cases that receive kidney transplant more than once.
If you are suffering from elevated creatinine after kidney transplant, we recommend you Immunotherapy. It is a system therapy including six steps and they are immune diagnosis, immune clearance, immune blocking, immune tolerance, immune adjustment and immune protection. Every step has its own clear purpose. Immunotherapy aims at repairing kidney damage, recovering renal function and adjusting immune system. With the recovery of kidney function, elevated creatinine can naturally go back to normal levels. So it is commonly used in the clinic to help kidney disease patients effectively avoid kidney failure, dialysis and kidney transplant. What is more, the application of Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is included in Immunotherapy. Nowadays, more and more foreign patients come to try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Immunotherapy due to their safety, high efficacy, reasonable cost and short duration time.
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