Natural Treatment for Lowering Creatinine 5.1 without Dialysis in Diabetic Nephropathy
Q: Hi, I am a Diabetic patient, and my Creatinine level is 5.1 mg/dl now. I have small amount of Swelling in ankles. I don’t want to start Dialysis, so I want to know whether there is natural treatment for my condition without dialysis.
A: I know about your illness condition description from my assistant, and I will give you some suggestions in the following, and I hope these suggestions will be helpful for you.
What does creatinine level 5.1 mean?
Creatinine is the byproduct of muscles activity and the meat we eat in body, and creatinine is mainly excreted by kidneys. When the kidneys are slightly damaged, the creatinine can filter out normally. And the 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 5.1 means the kidney function is severely reduced, so patients need to have prompt and effective treatment to prevent the further damage of the kidneys.
When do patients need to have dialysis?
Creatinine is often as a sign for Kidney Failure patients to take dialysis, generally, when the creatinine level is higher to 5, they are often recommended to have dialysis. But for diabetic patients, they are often recommended to have dialysis when their creatinine level is 4.3-4.5 mg/dl. For your condition, your doctor may have asked you to start dialysis. If you suffer from some serious symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, skin itch and loss of appetite, which may caused the toxins building up in your body. Or if you don’t have urination now, you need to have dialysis.
How to reduce high creatinine level 5.1 without dialysis?
If you don’t have some serious symptoms and you still have urination, you can delay your dialysis to have alternative treatments to delay or prevent dialysis.
1. Control 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.
2. Limit your meat intake and reduce strenuous exercises, which will reduce the produce of creatinine in body.
3. 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.
4. What is more, you should have treatments on your kidney damage. Chinese Therapies can help repair the damaged kidney tissues and improve the kidney function. Only the kidney function is improved, you will really get rid of dialysis, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, etc.
As long as kidney function is improved well, the symptoms such as high creatinine or BUN level will be controlled naturally. If you want to know more details on Chinese Treatments or avoid dialysis, please feel free to send your test report to us by email or consult ONLINE DOCTOR or leave message below. Systemic treatment plan will be offered for you.
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