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Polycystic Kidney Disease 33 Years Old with Creatinine 1.8

Posted: by Kevin      Time: 2013-07-23 08:54

Topics: Polycystic Kidney Disease creatinine 1.8

Details: My age is 33 and I have Polycystic Kidney Disease with creatinine 1.8 from one year, please guide.

Expert Answer

Hi, Kevin, as you said, your creatinine level was 1.8 mg/dL. It is already higher than normal. Your kidney function may have been seriously damaged. In general, people with PKD will have hypertension in 30s, elevated creatinine level in 40s, and Kidney Failure in 50s. It seems that your disease develops faster than this principle. Hope you can get treatment in time to control its progression. Our suggestions for you:

Firstly, control your blood pressure well; Secondly, I suggest Chinese herbal medicine to improve the blood circulation and shrink the cysts. Lastly, systematic treatment is necessary to repair the damaged kidney cells and improve the kidney function so that creatinine 1.8 will naturally come to normal.

On diet, please avoid spicy food, greasy food, sea food and strong tea or coffee. These things are stimulating and may enlarge the cysts. Hope the above advice helps! If there is still anything unclear, please Email us at kidneyservice@hotmail.com.

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