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High Creatinine Level and Diabetes

Diabetes is the leading primary disease for kidney problem and high creatinine level is always an indicator of kidney disease. If you happen to be a person with diabetes, high creatinine levels may tell you that your kidneys are affected.

Diabetes and Kidney Disease

Kidneys act as cleaners in human body. Each kidney contains one million nephrons and they are filtering wastes and salts as well as extra fluid from body. However, high blood glucose can cause the nephrons to work harder to finish their primary job. Over time, the work overload will cause the nephrons to become injured and then necrotic gradually. Consequently, a large amount of creatinine will accumulate in blood.

Lower high creatinine level in diabetes

In fact, creatinine is not a toxic substance in body at all and it only reflexes the kidney damage degree. Therefore, lowering creatinine level alone is not enough to stop the disease progress at all. The following are the recommended treatments for the patients with Diabetes along with Kidney Disease.

Uncontrolled blood glucose level is the principle culprit of Diabetes Kidney Disease. You should monitor your blood glucose level regularly and take test four times a day.

Controlling blood pressure is a vital part in slowing down Diabetes Kidney Disease progression. You should keep the blood pressure within 130/80 mmHg by taking ACEI or ARB which can lower blood pressure and also has certain effect in preserving renal function.

Too much meat consumption can cause more production of creatine, especially lean meat. It is a wise choice for you to reduce the intake of meat.

Certain management helps lower the high creatinine levels. However, the root cause is the underlying kidney damages. Thereby, to deal with the creatinine levels and keep it in a normal range, you should take the proper treatments for both diabetes and damaged kidneys.

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