How to Deal with High Creatinine Levels in Diabetic Nephropathy

High creatinine levels and diabetes

Diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar which makes more blood flow through kidneys. Over time, kidney may be hurt due to overwork. This can form a permanent damage to kidneys. Healthy kidneys are very crucial organ to remove wastes and fluid from the blood. When kidneys are damaged by high blood glucose, they fail to work normally as what it used to be. Creatinine is a kind of waste from muscles which is chiefly filtered by kidneys. In sum, creatinine rises when your kidney fails to remove wastes.

How to deal with high creatinine levels?

The best way is to choos a proper treatment. Here Micro-Chinese Medicine is recommended.

We are proud of our Micro-Chinese Medicine which is an innovative therapy in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital. It is created by nation’s top doctors of TCM who have rich experience of kidney disease treatment. It gives up the shortages of TCM not an oral medicine but an external application. It is designed to treat disease with maximal effects and least impact on body.

After several months’ treatment, most patients feel well throughout the body. Some people begin to sweat a lot which is the process of waste removal out of the body. Some have a good appetite having the desire to eat food. The general outcomes include:

High blood pressure dropping

Most symptoms remission

Urine change of color and volume (more urination and normal urine color occur)

Correcting the electrolytes balance

Improved GFR

Feeling well

Renal function restored

In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, you find the latest and most-advanced technology and equipment to evaluate your condition, and a staff of experts highly skilled in its use. Each patient who comes to Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital is the focus of a team of experts who regularly meet and discuss your condition to make sure you receive the best treatment with least impact on your body.

If you are diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, we are here to help you. Contact us through online experts, leaving message or send email.

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