Does the High Creatinine Level Mean My Life is in Danger2016-12-28 13:44
Creatinine level as one of the indicator of kidney disease, it can reflect the damage degrees of kidney functions, so once the creatinine level goes high, the kidney disease patient will become very upset.
Does the high creatinine level mean your life is in great danger?
In fact, there are many indicators of kidney disease and the creatinine level is just one of the symptoms of kidney disease, what’s more, it may affected by some other factors, so when we want to know whether the patient’s life is in danger or not, we should pay special attention to the whole disease condition, that is which stage are the patients now in.
Usually, for people who are in the early stage of kidney disease, there is no need to worry about the life, the key point for them is to find a systematic treatment and take it right now. That is because in the early stage the kidney is damaged mildly or moderately, so as long as you have not fall into stage 4, you still have a chance to reverse your disease, thus to avoid dialysis and transplant.
For people with advanced kidney disease, they will take dialysis or kidney transplant to prolong their life, if they do not take any actions, their life will be in great risk.
Actually, for people with kidney failure, there is another ways can help them live longer, no matter they are in early stage or advanced stage, that is the Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is different from the Western treatment, it can relieve the symptoms like high creatinine level by improving kidney function. With the help of this treatment, people can have a quality and longer life.
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