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Guidance for Kidney Transplant with Hemoglobin 7.0

Posted: by Nile-Cmylo      Time: 2013-01-13 11:12

Topics: High Creatinine Level Hemoglobine

Details: I am suffering from kidney failure since from 1 year. I am dialysising twice in week. Creatine level is 7.1, blood urea =112,hemoglobin=7.0. I am planning to do kidney transplantation. Plz suggest some guidance. What can I do?

Expert Answer
I saw your hemoglobin is very low at 7. If you want to do kidney transplant, you should firstly improve your hemoglobin by EPO injection or blood transfusion.

A good internal environment help increase the outcome of Kidney Transplant. And it is better, if you can lower your creatinine and blood urea levels. Many natural ways helps achieve this goal. If you have interest, you can read this: Vegetalbes and Fruits Suggestions for High Creatinine Level

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