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How to lower down creatinine in blood

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  • Posted By: ckdsite
  • July 2, 2012
  • 00:10 PM

The serum creatinine is a common blood test that gives us an estimate of kidney function. The normal value of creatinine is linked to muscle mass. A very muscular person is allowed to have a higher normal creatinine compared with the average individual. A 1.8 is generally high for even a very muscular athlete. A 1.3 to 1.5 would not be for many patients. Serum creatinine over 2 are generally reason for real concern. Also, simple dehydration can cause some elevation. Prolonged high blood pressure, or hypertension, is the most common cause of kidney damage. We treat high blood pressure to prevent kidney disease, cardiac disease and stroke.
How to lower the creatinine level effectively? If your high creatinine level caused by kidney disease, you are lucky enough to come here, a good idea for you to lower down your blood creatinine level effectively, which is cell therapy in 2012.
Creatinine is made at a steady rate and is not affected by diet or by normal physical activities. If your kidneys are damaged and cannot work normally, the amount of creatinine in your urine goes down while its level in your blood goes up.

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