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Creatinine 5.6 and GFR 11: What Should IgA Nephropathy Patients Do

Posted: by zhaoshaoning      Time: 2014-03-04 15:16

Topics: IgA Nephropathy Creatinine

Details: I was diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy 20 years back. Now, my creatinine level is 5.6 and GFR 11. I want to know how to reverse my creatinine and GFR levels.

Expert Answer

IgA Nephropathy is one glomerulonephritis that occurs when IgA deposits in glomerular mesangial area and causes inflammation. The inflammatory reactions can lead damage to kidneys, and then kidney functioning tissues are unable to work properly. Creatinine 5.6 and GFR 11 are just results of decline of kidney function level.

In view of this, it needs to remove deposits of IgA in kidneys and repair damaged kidney cells for lowering high creatinine level and improving GFR level. Here, we would like to introduce Clear Blood Pollution Therapy, also called Polluted Blood Therapy.

Compared with conventional steroids and immunosuppressants, this therapy aims at cleansing blood and prompting the restoration of damaged kidney cells rather than just inhibiting the inflammatory reactions of IgA deposits in kidneys. Therefore, Clear Blood Pollution Therapy is honored as a fundamental treatment for IgA Nephropathy patients.

If you are looking for an effective treatment to treat IgA Nephropathy, this therapy may be worth a try. However, before taking this therapy, you should consult the doctor to see whether you are a candidate to this therapy.

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