Why the Patient Should Control the High Creatinine Level2016-10-05 13:56
High creatinine level is one of symptoms of kidney disease, without good control, it will goes to higher level and induce further damage to the kidneys, so as a kidney disease patient, you should control the creatinine well.
What symptoms will high creatinine level induce?
● Edema or swelling especially in legs, hands, eyelids, feet, etc.
● Sodium imbalance, hyponatremia and hypernatronemia.
● Poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, fatigue and difficult breath.
● Headache or high blood pressure
● Bone weakness and bone pain
● Skin itching
Why the patient should control the high creatinine level?
All of those above symptoms induced by high creatinine level can affect patients’ life quality greatly. Besides that, if creatinine level increases sequentially, it will be up to 5.0 mg/dl or higher. In that case, patients may need to take dialysis or some other kidney replacement therapies. Otherwise, too high creatinine level is more likely to threaten their life.
You know, our inner body system has some certain capacity to bear the deposits of creatinine and other wastes products. Once the creatinine level surpassed this capacity, doctors will prescribe some medications to help increase urine output or inhibit the formation of creatinine. Diuretics and ketosteril are two medications commonly used to reduce elevated creatinine level, when dialysis is still too early to begin.
In some cases, these medications can help lower creatinine level quickly and obviously, while in some other cases, patients’ creatinine level doesn’t have any obvious change. The reason is that these medications don’t deal with impaired kidneys fundamentally.
In one word, as a kidney disease patient you should control your creatinine level well, if you need any help in controlling your creatinine level or treating kidney disease, you can send email to us, we will try our best to help you.
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