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How to Lower High Creatinine Level??

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 19, 2011
  • 10:44 AM

Creatinine is a break-down product of creatine phosphate in muscle and removed out by kidneys, so a high creatinine level is an indicator of kidney dysfunction. Therefore, referring to how to lower high creatinine level, the key point is to treat the kidney disease causing kidney dysfunction.
Why there is a high creatinine level?
Creatinine is a break-down product of creatine phosphate in muscle, and is usually produced at a fairly constant range in the body when the muscle mass is constant. And it is removed by kidneys after filtration. Therefore, a high creatinine level in the blood can be an indicator of kidney dysfunction. Whatever which kind of kidney disease are suffering with, they can cause decline of kidney function and increased level of creatinine.
While how to lower the high creatinine level?
Since the high creatinine level is the result of kidney damage, the basic method to reduce creatinine is to repair and recover the kidney function. Dysfunction of kidneys is mainly due to the damage renal intrinsic cells. There are five kinds of renal intrinsic cells. Damage to any kind of renal intrinsic cells can lead to impaired kidney function.
What are the methods to repair the kidney damage?
As the development in kidney disease field, there are Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Stem Cell Transplant. Usually the two methods are used together to achieve the effects of improving the general condition of the patients, blocking the further damage to the kidneys so as to protect the normal cells in the kidneys, repairing and recovering part of the damaged but reversible cells, generate new renal intrinsic cells to replace the dead ones and rebuild the normal kidney structure. Finally, the kidney function can be greatly improved, so the high creatinine level will decrease.

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  • Creatinine is the metabolic waste of muscle in the body and it is mainly discharged out of the body via kidneys, therefore it is often used as an indicator of renal function. The normal values of serum creatinine are 0.6-1.2mg/dl for the male and 0.5-1.1mg/dl for the female. And usually the creatinine is higher in young adults than in the elderly.Persistent increased level of serum creatinine or decreased level of urine creatinine usually reflects impairment of renal functions. Here are some natural ways for lowering high creatinine.learn more about " How to Reduce High Creatinine Level Naturally "
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