I find the question about High Creatinine Level in our email box: email@example.com, namely What does it mean when a person with creatinine 5.5 has frequent high fever with shivering. If you have the similar condition, it is luck that you can read the passage!
What does creatinine 5.5 mean?
Creatinine level is an indicator to reflect our renal function. Here we ignore the temporary high creatinine level due to improper diet. Because in clinic, creatinine level won’t increase until half of renal function has been damaged. Therefore, high serum creatinine level can become a common symptom of kidney disease, especially for severe kidney damage. As for creatinine 5.5 level, it is obviously much higher than the normal range (0.5-1.3mg/dl). From the number, it can tell the kidney condition is already in advanced kidney disease stage, namely Stage 5 CKD, we can also call it kidney failure. In the stage, due to severe kidney damage, patients will experience symptoms and complications, including high fever and shivering.
Well then, how does high creatinine 5.5 cause fever and shivering?
High creatinine 5.5 means that there are too much toxins and wastes in blood. Due to poor renal function, kidneys fail to discharge extra wastes from blood effectively. The accumulation of these substances will affect other internal organ and tissues, inducing disorders of systems. For example, large amount of toxins will affect patients’ immune system. Then various bacteria will invades patients’ body because of low immunity. As a result, high fever can be induced. Besides, infection or inflammation is also a common cause of frequent fever for kidney disease patients. Of course, when fever become serious, patients will suffer from shivering, which really should take effective treatments as soon as possible.
Through the above analysis, we can see that kidneys have been damaged severely when a person with creatinine 5.5 has frequent fever and shivering. If you want to get the natural treatments, you can send email to us or call my Whatsapp 8615512139310, and we will do our best to help you!