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Creatinine 190 and GFR 33: How Serious is My Kidney Disease

Posted: by Jeremy      Time: 2013-08-18 15:56

Topics: creatinine 190 GFR 33

Details: My creatinine level is 190 outside the range of 66-112 while my GFR is 33. How serious is my kidney disease? I was suffering from high blood pressure for 20 years.

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Hi, Jeremy, thanks for your consulting us. According to your description, you have creatinine 190 and GFR 33. As you know, there are 5 stages of chronic kidney disease, and you are in Stage 3 CKD. Long-term hypertension is a common cause of kidney problem.

With timely treatment, we consider that your condition is still reversible. Otherwise, you will progress to more advanced kidney disease, and eventually need dialysis or a Kidney Transplant. We have helped may patients with similar conditions achieve good recovery. If you would like to know their cases, feel free to Email to kidneyservice@hotmail.com.

As for treatment of your creatinine 190 and GFR 33 with Stage 3 CKD, both natural medical therapies (such as Micro-Chinese Medicine, medicated bath, acupuncture, etc), natural herbal medicine (cinnamon, salvia, ginseng and so on) and diet can be useful to help you get a good recovery. If you are interested to know the details, please let us know. Glad to share more helpful information!

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