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How to Treat High Ceatinine and Anemia in Kidney Disease

2015-10-12 16:48

How to Treat High Ceatinine and Anemia in Kidney DiseaseHow to treat high creatinine and anemia in kidney disease ? As a kidney disease patient you should pay high attention to your high creatinine level and anemia, both of them indicate your kidneys are going wrong now.

Why does the creatinine level goes high ?

You know, the creatinine is the waste of muscle metabolism and it should be filtered through our kidneys' glomeruli and then discharged out by urine. If the glomeruli are damaged and GFR(glomerular filtration function) decreases, these wastes will not be let off, then these toxins will stay in the blood, that is why the serum creatinine shows high.

Why kidney disease patient is easy to get anemia ?

You know one of the kidney’s function is to secrete EPO, once kidney tissues' damaged its ability of EPO secretion will decline, then medullary hematopoiesis cannot be realized fully. That is why the anemia occurs. Anemia's typical symptom is weakness and tiredness. So as a kidney disease, you will feel tired easily. Besides, the low hemoglobin(anemia) is also a typical symptom of renal failure patients. So you should pay high attention to it.

How to treat high creatinine and anemia in kidney disease ?

In fact, as a kidney disease patient if you want to change this situation you need to clear the toxins and repair the damaged kidney cells and promote the immune system. With your kidney function improved, all those symptoms caused by kidney disease will disappeared one by one. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the most effective treatment of kidney disease should be able to help you.

Besides that, you also should make a fit diet plan and form a healthy living habit, both of them can increase the curative effect.

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