Posted: by Dr.Zhao Time: 2015-06-23 16:47
Details: I am 61 years old and suffer from hypertension for 10 years and diabetes for 15 years. The latest blood test shows high creatinine 3.4mg/dl. What should I do?
As you describe, your kidney disease is caused by long-term diabetes and high blood pressure. In clinic, serum creatinine level is one reliable indicator to indicate how well kidneys are functioning. High creatinine 2.4mg/dl means patients’ kidney disease has progressed into at least Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease. If left untreated, some dangerous problems may occur and kidney disease may aggravate into end stage kidney failure eventually.
The treatment should begin from treating your high blood pressure and diabetes. Generally, a right diet plan and correct medicines can help lower high blood pressure and manage blood glucose level effectively. Check with the doctor online to choose correct medicines to take.
Besides, you should take some therapies to protect your kidneys and improve kidney condition. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Clear Blood Pollution Therapy can help expand blood vessels to control high blood pressure and repair damaged kidney cells. As long as kidneys can do their work, high creatinine 3.4 will decline naturally.