Actually, in clinic, creatinine level is an indicator to reflect your kidneys’ condition. And usually high creatinine level can be a typical symptom when patients lose at least 50% renal function. To know what is considered high creatinine, it is better to have a good learning about creatinine. Any questions after reading, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or add my Whatsapp/Viber +8615226572289. And we are ready to help you!
What’s the creatinine?
The main source of creatinine is a chemical waste product that’s produced by our body muscles. Besides, smaller extent comes from meat we take but it will not cause great influence to creatinine level. In normal condition, almost all creatinine produced by our body muscles will be filtered out in the same day. As a result, the creatinine level in our blood can change in a stable range. Because healthy kidneys filter creatinine and other waste products from your blood and the filtered wastes products leave your body in your urine eventually.
What is the normal range of creatinine level?
Creatinine level should be kept within the normal ranges: 0.5-1.1mg/dl for females; 0.6-1.2mg/dl for males; 0.3-0.7mg/dl for children.
Therefore, once your creatinine level is higher the normal ranges, it can be considered as high creatinine level. Especially when your creatinine level increases to 5, and you suffer from severe complications at the same time, dialysis will be recommended to you.
What treatments can I receive for high creatinine level?
If you want to avoid or get rid of dialysis, you can try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can help lower elevated creatinine level naturally. Because active ingredients of treatment can help expand blood vessels, promote blood circulation, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and so on. All of them contribute to improving renal function from the root. As long as renal function can be improved, extra creatinine level will be expelled again by the kidneys.
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