Alternative therapy for High Creatinine Level

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Can Alcohol Cause Increase in Creatinine Level

2014-04-28 06:49

Can Alcohol Cause Increase in Creatinine LevelWill alcohol cause high creatinine level? All high creatinine level patients should pay attention to anything they eat or drink in their daily life. A question from our patients is whether alcohol can increase creatinine level.

The causes of high creatinine level

Before telling you whether alcohol causes increase in creatinine level or not, I would like to share some information about creatinine firstly. Creatinine is a waste metabolite produced by muscles after they have finished contracting. For general population, their creatinine level won’t be higher than 1.3mg/dl. Elevated creatinine level usually indicates a decline in kidney function. Impaired kidney fails to discharge the extra creatinine out from the body, and creatinine will build up in the body. In this case, high creatinine level will occur. Also, in adults, elevated creatinine level may be induced by high blood pressure and diabetes. Besides, strenuous exercise, infection and dehydration can all result in elevated creatinine level. However, if your kidney damage leads to high creatinine level, you can find whether you can drink alcohol or not from the following.

Can patients with kidney disease drink alcohol?

The answer is “no”. Kidney disease patients should avoid drinking alcohol. There are some reasons as following.

1. Alcohol can disturb nitrogen balance in the body, increase protein metabolism, make blood urea nitrogen level to rise and increase burdens to the kidneys.

2. Long term drinking of alcohol can cause bleeding, anemia, and platelet dysfunction.

3. Too much alcohol can also cause and worsen high blood pressure, dehydration, hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis.

4. Even more, too much alcohol intake can cause damages to various organs and systems.

Above all, drinking too much alcohol has a bad effect on patients with kidney disease. If you are a patient with kidney disease and high creatinine level, you’d better keep away from alcoholic drinks.

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Our Treatment Effect

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You can take a look at this patient's report. His creatinine was 1028 and urea level was 39.7 on 2018-12-11; creatinine level was reduced to 331 and urea was 16.1 on 2019-1-5. After about 25 days' treatment in our hospital, his creatinine level was reduced by 697, and urea was reduced by 23.6. Hope his condition gets better and better.

Our Treatment effect

Proteinuria is a common symptom of kidney disease

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It can make your urine foamy. Although it does not make you feel uncomfortable, it can impair your renal function and make your kidney disease worse. Conventional treatment such as steroids and immunosuppressants can hardly make it negative. In our hospital, systemic Chinese medicine treatment can help you turn it negative. Look at this picture, bubbles in urine become less and less with our treatment going on.