High creatinine is a sign of kidney disease and kidney damage. When the creatinine level is in 6.8, it means that the kidney disease has develop into kidney failure, effective medical treatment should be used to reduce high creatinine level, control the disease and prevent further damage.
What would happen without right treatment?
If there is no right and effective treatment be used to stop the disease, kidney failure will develop into uremia in a very short term. What’s worse, patients’ body will suffer from further damage, serious compliment which is fatal and hard to cure will occur.
What should patients do to control or even reduce the high creatinine level?
First, patients have to control their diet strictly. Vegetable protein should be limited or avoid according to patients’ different condition.
Second, do some exercise during your doctor’s direction. It can help you strength your muscle and bond.
Third, keep a good mood, stabilize your emotion, no anger, no sadness and no other extreme emotion.
These three methods mentioned above can provide a good environment for the medical treatment.
What treatment can be used to reduce high creatinine level?
We suggest you the Stem Cell Therapy, which therapy can not only control and reduce your high creatinine level but also improve your kidney function and repair the damaged kidney tissue.
In recent years, clinical research finds that stem cells can differentiate into inherent kidney cells and renal parenchymal cells, so stem cell transplant shows an obvious effect on repairing and rebuilding kidney functioning cells, which means this therapy can reduce high creatinine level and repair damaged tissue.
Compared with common treatments, stem cells won’t cause rejection reaction, and it do have strong differentiated ability, and don’t cause any toxicity or side effect. Additionally, most kidney failure patients can use this therapy with doctor’s guidance.
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