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Knowledge on creatinine, including the normal range/levels of creatinine, causes and symptoms of high creatinine levels, reasons and causes of low creatinine, and treatment and diet to lower high creatinine.

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How Do You Control Blood Urea Naturally

High blood urea in blood means that your kidney function are not functioning properly. With large amount of urea in blood, patients are bound to suffer from severe symptoms. Ammonia taste in mouth is the most common ones. Therefore, patient...Read More

Creatinine 5 & Urea 82 with Chronic Kidney Disease : What Should I Do

High creatinine and urea level may be the common signs of chronic kidney disease. Patients with high creatinine and urea level often displayed symptoms of fatigue, anemia and muscle cramping. For patients with chronic kidney disease, what s...Read More

Is Creatinine 3.9 Bad

Creatinine 3.9 means that patients kidney disease is developed into stage 3 kidney disease which is the key stage of kidney disease. Is creatinine 3.9 bad? Now, this article will explain it in details. As a matter of fact, as long as kidney...Read More

How to Reduce High Creatinine Level without Dialysis

High creatinine level is commonly seen in people with kidney disease. So reducing high creatinine level concerns patients most and their family members. Although dialysis takes highly effects to reduce high creatinine level, dialysis leads...Read More

How Do you Lower High Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) with Kidney Failure

High Blood urea nitrogen seems the early sign of kidney failure. To some extent, controlling blood urea nitrogen is helpful to slow down kidney damage and prevent further damage. How do you control high blood urea nitrogen with kidney failu...Read More

Can Dialysis be Avoided with Creatinine 6.6

Dialysis is a very common way to reduce high creatinine level, and the in the western medical filed, dialysis seems the only way to reduce high creatinine level. However, patients with dialysis often displayed symptoms of headache, muscle cr...Read More

Medications to Reduce High Creatinine and Urea Levels in Blood

Normally, all of kidney disease patients are living with high creatinine level . Patients with high creatinine and urea level are bound to experience various symptoms which threat patients life expectancy, hence patients are eager to find m...Read More

How to Control Blood Urea Naturally

Blood urea is a kind of wastes products which should be eliminated out of body. Injured kidney allows blood urea build up in the body, making patients experience uncomfortable symptoms. Thereby, most of patients want to know how to control...Read More

Creatinine Level 3.9 and GFR Level 14 with Kidney Failure: What should I Do

What should patients do when their creatinine level is increase and GFR level is decreased seriously? Now, the renal experts from Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital will explain it in details. What does creatinine 3.9 and GFR 14 Mean for...Read More

High Serum Creatinine Level with Kidney Failure: What are the Symptoms and the Ways to Treat It

Creatinine level is important indicator to check how well your kidneys are going. High creatinine level means that patients kidney function have been lost more than 30%. Therefore, it is necessary for patients to know what are the symptoms...Read More

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