High serum creatinine level can become a common symptom of kidney disease, and kidney disease patients are usually suggested to avoid colds as much as possible. However, does fever increase serum creatinine level? Follow us to find the answer.
Why should fever be effectively avoided?
Fever can worsen some symptoms or make the condition relapses, which affects the prognosis of the condition. That is the reason why kidney disease patients are usually suggested to avoid fever.
Does fever increase serum creatinine level?
The answer is yes. Then why can fever increase serum creatinine level? After patients catch a fever, lots of antigens intrude into the body, and then combine with antibody to form immune complexes. These immune complexes will deposit on kidneys, which starts a new round of immuno-inflammatory responses and then causes kidney damage. So the acute damage to kidney increases serum creatinine level. What is more, fever makes the immune disorder more severe. Actually the kidney damage caused by virus is more severe.
How to lower high serum creatinine level?
In addition to western medications and dialysis treatment, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy becomes another treatment option. This treatment lowers high serum creatinine level by making kidneys work normally again, that is because Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is expected to repair kidney damage and recover renal function. It is based on Chinese herbal medicines, but used externally.
Due to its high efficacy, safety, short treatment time and reasonable cost make Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy more and more popular around the world. If you are interested in reducing high serum creatinine level through this way and you have interests in Chinese medicines, you are welcomed to leave us a message below or email us to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will surely reply you with more information within 48 hours.
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