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How do I Lower My BUN Creatinine Ratio with Kidney Problem

How do I Lower My BUN Creatinine Ratio with Kidney ProblemThe BUN-to-creatinine ratio is a routine lab measurement used by the doctor to assess the function of kidneys. For a person with kidney problem, he may develop increased BUN creatinine ratio due to increase in the amount of BUN and creatinine in the blood. How to deal with the problem?

The normal results of a BUN to creatinine ratio is a 10:1 to 20:1. In cases of Kidney Diseases, this level will become elevated. Healthy kidneys work to efficiently remove waste products such as BUN and creatinine. When the person develop renal disease, the kidneys fail to function adequately to eliminate these wastes. They will build up in the bloodstream gradually with the gradual deterioration of kidney function.

How to lower high BUN creatinine ratio with kidney problem?

There are many available strategies to deal with this problem.

a. Effective medical treatments

Since we have found the root cause of this condition is due to kidney dysfunction, we should take timely and effective treatment to repair kidney damage and restore the kidney function. Examples of these remedies are Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.

b. Diet

Special dietary restrictions help reduce creatinine and blood urea nitrogen levels. This type of diet restricts the intake of protein, sodium, potassium and phosphorus. Patients with advanced kidney disease also need to restrict fluid consumption. (Refer to: Top 10 Foods for Kidney Disease)

c. Natural herbs

Certain herbs are associated with lower creatinine and blood urea nitrogen levels, including nettles, chamomile, Chinese herb yin yang huo, cinnamon, siberian ginseng, dandelion root, salvia, etc. For more information, please leave a message in the below section or Email to

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