Creatinine 5.2 in Diabetic Nephropathy: How to Lower It without Dialysis

Creatinine 5.2 in Diabetic Nephropathy: How to Lower It without DialysisI am a Diabetic Nephropathy patient with Creatinine level 5.2 mg/dl now. Besides that, I have Swelling in ankles. I want to know how I can lower it without Dialysis.

What does Creatinine 5.2 mean on earth?

Generally speaking, normal creatinine level is 0.7-1.3 mg/dl, when the creatinine level is higher than this level, which means the kidney function has been damaged severely, and the kidney function is less than 50%. So creatinine 5.2 means the kidney function is severely reduced, so patients need to take prompt and effective treatment to prevent the further damage of the kidneys.

How to lower creatinine 5.2 without dialysis?

- Control your high blood sugar

As we know, diabetes is a common leading cause of kidney disease, so you should control your high blood sugar which will prevent the further damage of your kidney failure.

- Form a healthy living habit

To limit your meat intake and reduce strenuous exercises, which will reduce the produce of creatinine in body.

You should also strict your daily diet to remit your symptoms of swelling, and a kidney-friendly diet will be helpful in reduce the kidney burden and protect the residual kidney function.

- Take effective treatments to repair kidney damage

Here we recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can help repair the damaged kidney tissues and improve kidney function at the same time through dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, and providing nutrients.

Timely and effective treatment is extremely essential for lowering High Creatinine Level 5.2. If you want to know more details about this treatment without dialysis, you can send email to us or leave message below, we will do utmost to help you.


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