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Urea 180, Creatinine 7.2 and Uric Acid 6.4: What Is The Treatment

Posted: by zhaoshaoning      Time: 2014-03-19 15:31

Topics: Renal Failure Creatinine

Details: I am 54 years old with heamoglobin 7.4 g/dl, urea 180 mg/dl, creatinine 7.2 mg/dl and uric acid 6.4 mg/dl. I have no diabetes but hypertension for 10 years. Is there a need of dialysis for me? What is the treatment?

Expert Answer

According to your description, we can know your kidneys are damaged seriously. Here, there are two clues. On one hand, too much creatinine, uric acid and urea, which are waste products, builds up in the blood, so their creatinine, urea and uric acid levels are very higher than the normal values. On the other hand, heamoglobin 7.4 g/dl indicates moderate renal anemia. All in all, these problems are due to low kidney function level.

To solve these problems, dialysis is just one treatment option. Since creatinine, uric acid and ure all are small molecular wastes, dialysis has an obvious effect on lowering their levels in the blood. However, during dialysis sessions, they may rise again. Besides, dialysis is unable to treat renal anemia, because it is unable to replace kidneys to produce EPO.

In this case, we recommend you to firstly do several times of dialysis, in order to reduce your creatinine, urea and uric acid levels largely. If you still want to reduce the frequency of dialysis or even get rid of it, you can try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. This treatment can help cleanse patients’ blood and repair damaged but not necrotic kidney cells. To determine whether this treatment is suitable for you, welcome to leave a message to

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