Diabetes is one metabolic disorder that may attack various organs and systems, if uncontrolled effectively. Serum creatinine level is one indicator to reveal patients’ kidney function level. High creatinine 10.38 is dangerously high. Yesterday, one people just consulted about this problem.
“My father has had diabetes for 18 years, and now his creatinine level is 10.38 mg/dl. The doctor suggests him to begin dialysis within one week and do kidney transplant in 6-8 months. How to lower his high creatinine level?”
As suggested by this doctor, dialysis and kidney transplant are both treatment options for diabetics to lower their high creatinine level and maintain their basic life in end stage of Diabetic Nephropathy. Creatinine 10.38 just indicates diabetics’ kidney disease has aggravated into end stage.
Dialysis can help replace impaired kidneys to remove extra fluid and small molecular substances, while creatinine and urea belongs to small molecular substances. Therefore, dialysis does help to lower high creatinine level obviously and effectively. However, diabetes may also cause some other severe complications, some of which require patients to stay away from dialysis.
Kidney transplant is one conventional treatment for ESRD patients, because the new kidney can replace impaired kidneys to work. However, the recurrent rate of Diabetic Nephropathy after kidney transplant is much higher than other types of chronic kidney disease, because diabetes may attack the transplanted kidney again easily.
In addition to dialysis and kidney transplant, Clear Blood Pollution Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy are also choices for patients with diabetic kidney disease. Clear Blood Pollution Therapy can not only cleanse the blood just like dialysis but also prompt the recovery of damaged kidney cells, while Stem Cell Therapy can differentiate into brand new kidney cells, so as to improve patients’ overall health condition.
Different patients need to take different treatments. Tell us more about your father’s illness condition, so we can determine a suitable therapy for him.