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What Does It Mean with Creatinine 7.5 in Kidney Failure

2014-04-30 23:10


Questions. What does it mean with creatinine 7.5 in kidney failure? What should I do? Looking forward to your reply.


Answers: In kidney failure, kidney function is severely damaged. The creatinine 7.5 is a result of kidney damage. If left untreated, the remaining kidney function will continue to lose and the creatinine will grow up higher and higher. You will need to do dialysis or kidney transplantation in the near further.

In recent years, a series of advanced natural therapies have attracted much attention. Blood pollution therapy is the featured one. It is divided into two processes, purify the blood + improve kidney function.

Based on the comprehensive diagnosis, you will be treated by a certain blood purification technologies, which is more effective and safe than dialysis. Your creatinine will be lowered after taking this technology.

Then the treatment that designed for improving kidney function will be applied, such as Hot Compress Therapy. It aims at repairing the damaged kidney cells and restoring the original kidney structure. Your creatinine will be further lowered once kidneys go back to normal work. You can send me back to for further information. I will give you a reply as soon as possible! I believe that your illness condition will be well relieved and you can avoid dialysis even!

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