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Lower Creatinine and BUN Levels for a Transplant Patient

How to help lower creatinine and BUN levels for a kidney transplant patient? Once they notice high creatinine and BUN levels again, what should they do? The following information can be helpful.

In many countries, kidney transplant is regarded as the last choice for ESRD patients. A successful kidney transplant can really help kidney disease patients live a nearly normal life, but the Life Expectancy for Kidney Transplant Patients varies from unit to unit. But for some patients who received kidney transplant, the new kidney may fail because of various reasons. And this can become one of reasons causing the high creatinine and BUN levels again.

Generally speaking, there is an obvious decrease in creatinine level within 24 hours after receiving a kidney transplant, and it can decline to the normal range of creatinine after 72 hours. While some patients need about a week to achieve the normal level, some need more. What is more, patients should know that there may have a fluctuation period in creatinine level, but it can become normal after about one month.

Many factors can cause the reappearance of high creatinine and BUN levels after a kidney transplant. However, if the high creatinine and BUN levels are accompanied with protein in urine and high blood pressure, it indicates that the new kidney fails in general. In that case, a prompt and proper treatment must be used, if patients do not want to go back to dialysis treatment or receive a kidney transplant.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is recommended to patients who received kidney transplant and are experiencing high creatinine and BUN levels. It is based on Chinese herbal medicines, but used externally. It aims at repairing kidney damage and recovering kidney function. High creatinine and BUN levels will naturally go back to normal range with the recovery of kidney function. If you are interested in Chinese herbal medicines, you are expected to learn more about it. If having any follow-up questions, you are welcomed to choose the way you like to let us know: consult online experts on the service box freely; send us an email to kidney-support@hotmail.com, or leave us a message below, we are here to help.

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