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Can I Lower High Creatinine Level in Stage 3 Kidney Disease by Myself

2014-03-25 02:33

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Questions: Hello, doctor! I am a patient with stage 3 kidney disease. Now I am suffering from high creatinine level. Can I lower high creatinine level by myself?

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Answers: I am glad to receive your email. To be honest, stage 3 kidney disease is not that serious. The kidney function is moderately damaged and it is reversible with proper treatment. High creatinine level is a common symptoms of kidney problem. You should know that the normal creatinine level is 0.5-1.2mg/dl. What is your creatinine now? You can send me your exact test report to kidneyfailure@hotmail.com to help me diagnose your condition more accurately.

For high creatinine level, you can lower it by yourself through proper diet. Normally, kidney disease patients are required to eat a limited diet to prevent further kidney damage. You should follow the guideline of foods with low-protein, low salt, low phosphorus and low potassium diet if it is necessary. You are suggested to ask your doctor for the detailed food lists. It is important for you to eat a healthy diet to lower creatinine level.

The featured treatment in China--Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can also be done by yourself. It is externally used. It is easily performed by following the doctor’s guide. This therapy aims at repair the damaged kidney cells and improving kidney function. If you want to know more information about this therapy, send to me. Good luck to you!

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