Question: My father is 50/M and he is suffering from diabetes, hypertension, kidney problem with high creatinine and urea levels. In recent days, his creatinine level rises to 9.4, and he has vomiting. Is this a life-threatening sign.
Answer: According to your description, we can find that your father’s kidney problem may have progressed into end stage. All of the above symptoms you mentioned can speed up the decline of kidney function level. If creatinine level is too high and vomiting is serious, they indeed can threaten patients’ life.
To manage your father’s problem, the treatment should begin from one scientific diet plan and healthy lifestyle. This is able to help control diabetes, hypertension and other problems. The basic diet requirements include low salt, low protein, low sugar or even sugar free, avoiding purine-containing foods and creatine supplement, etc. (Here are just some basic dietary suggestions. If you want to get personalized advices, you can consult the doctor online or leave a message below directly.)
Then, some treatments that can help deal with creatinine 9.4 and vomiting are needed. High creatinine level is due to low kidney function, while vomiting is caused by deposits of toxins, acidosis or electrolyte disorder. All in all, all of these problems are attributed to low kidney function level.
To manage them, individuals need to take different treatments. Check out with your doctor to see which treatment can not only ease these symptoms but also repair damaged kidney cells.