Both creatinine and GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) are the indicators to reflect renal function. Usually, the lower GFR level is, the higher creatinine level will be. Well then, how can I change creatinine 1.46 and GFR 46?
Based on GFR, Chronic Kidney Disease is divided into five stages. As for GFR 46, it means patients are in Stage 3 CKD with only moderate kidney damage. In the stage, kidneys can still work by themselves and patients still have high level of renal function. However, some complications and problems do occur to affect patients’ life quality and shorten their lifespan if left uncontrolled.
Creatinine, as a metabolic products of our muscles and meat we eat, should be discharged out of the body by healthy kidneys. However, for patients with GFR 46, due to moderate renal damage, kidney fails to function adequately. Although creatinine level 1.46 is a little higher than the normal range, in clinic, creatinine level won’t increase until half of renal function has been damaged. Therefore, you should pay much attention to your kidney health.
Well then, how to change the condition?
Generally speaking, to normalize creatinine level, it is important to improve renal function from the root. In our hospital, Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, we can achieve the goal with our natural treatments. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is a good example. It is an external application of Chinese herbal medicines. According to your conditions, our experts choose corresponding traditional Chinese herbs which will be super-finely shattered. Then, under the help of osmosis device, the active ingredients will enter into kidney lesions directly. They have the function of anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, and degrading extracellular matrixes, thus increasing the while blood circulation. At last, kidney cells can get enough blood volume and oxygen to function normally.
In addition, balanced diet plan and healthy lifestyles are also very important to protect the residual renal function and improve renal function. To get the therapy, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly and we will do our best to help you!