Creatinine level is important indicator to check how well your kidneys are working. If your creatinine level is extremely high than normal range and begin to experience some poisoning symptoms, dialysis should be needed to lower high creatinine level and relive the symptoms. While, what creatinine level requires dialysis concerned most? Now, this article will explain it in details.
It is commonly believed that as long as your creatinine level is up to 700 umol/L, patients will need dialysis treatment to lower it. While, 700 umol/L is the absolute standard for most of people. 700 umol/L is just average value. The time to do dialysis is supposed to be determine by individual conditions. If one does not suffer from obvious uncomfortable systems and he has normal urine output, it is not necessary to do dialysis treatment even if his creatinine level is up to 700 umol/L. While, if patients already have long term of illness history, like diabetes, they begin to do dialysis treatment early than those who do not have illness history, because long term of diabetes will make damage to other important organs.
However, if patients’ creatinine level is lower than 700 umol/L, it dose not mean that they can live longer with it. In some cases, patients will suffer from severe symptoms with lower creatinine level. We can come to a conclusion that whether patients do dialysis treatment or not, it mainly depends on patients’ illness condition. If you have doubt about the natural treatment, you can contact our online doctor directly.
Apart from dialysis, is there any other treatment to lower high creatinine level?
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can do a favor. This is a treatment developed on the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This is a treatment used externally, which makes it possible to achieve better function than oral form of Chinese Medicine. This is the best treatment to lower high creatinine level, because this treatment works to improve kidney function. If you want to know more details about the natural treatment, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below. We will try our best to help you.
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