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How Do You Bring Creatinine Levels Down

How Do You Bring Creatinine Levels DownHigh creatinine level is many people’s concern, especially for kidney patients, because it is more likely to indicate the decline of kidney function. Besides, some other conditions such as dehydration, overwork and hypertension may also cause high creatinine level. How do you bring creatinine levels down?

Firstly, you should make sure the cause of your creatinine levels.

From the above analysis, we can know kidney disease isn’t the only cause of high creatinine level. If it is attributed to unhealthy lifestyle or diet plan, you don’t need to be worried. This is because only depending on diet and lifestyle modification is enough to reverse elevated creatinine levels. Otherwise, a systemic treatment plan is needed. (If you can’t determine what causes your high creatinine level, you can ask help from doctor online.)

Secondly, you should figure out your kidney function level.

If you have determined your high creatinine level is due to kidney damage, the following is the link between creatinine levels and kidney function, or GFR. Find out which stage kidney disease you are in.

Stage 1 kidney disease, GFR above 90 ml/min, normal creatinine levels;

Stage 2 kidney disease, GFR 60~89 ml/min, creatinine below 2.0 mg/dl;

Stage 3 kidney disease, GFR 30~59 ml/min, creatinine 2.0~5.0mg/dl;

Stage 4 kidney disease, GFR 15~29 ml/min, creatinine 5.0~8.0mg/dl;

Stage 5 kidney disease, GFR less than 15 ml/min, creatinine above 8.0mg/dl.

Even though creatinine level isn’t as reliable as GFR levels to indicate your kidney condition, you can still estimate the stage of your kidney disease according to your creatinine levels. Generally speaking, the higher creatinine levels, the worse your illness condition.

Finally, you should find out how to bring your high creatinine levels down.

If your creatinine level is lower than 5.0 mg/dl, taking medications can bring down your creatinine levels. At present, both western medicines and Chinese medicines have some oral medications that can help lower high creatinine levels. For example, ketosteril, dandelion root, nettle leaf and many other medications can also reduce high creatinine levels. Consult the online doctor to see which one is helpful for you.

If your creatinine level is too high, kidney replacement therapy or kidney repairing therapy may be needed. Dialysis is one common treatment plan that can eliminate small molecular waste products including creatinine out of the body, so it can bring down high creatinine levels effectively. However, it may cause some side effects and creatinine levels may go up again during dialysis sessions. In view of this, Clear Blood Pollution Therapy and Blood Purification are created. In addition to cleansing blood, they are also helpful to decline high creatinine levels. Check out whether they are suitable for you.

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