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Creatinine 10.5 and Urea 188: What Will Happen

2014-06-25 07:23

Creatinine 10.5 and Urea 188: What Will HappenThe most horrible thing for kidney disease patients should be high creatine and BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) level. There is a critical level of both creatinine and BUN, and there will be some serious symptoms if the level is beyond the normal range. Well then, what will happen if patients are with creatinine 10.5 and urea 188?

The normal range of creatinine and BUN level

In clinic, the normal range of serum creatinine level is 0.5-1.1mg/dl for women and 0.6-1.2mg/dl for men. The normal BUN level for healthy individuals is 7-20 mg/dL in adults, and 5-18 mg/dL in children. Creatinine 10.5 and BUN 188 is rather higher than the normal range, which indicates that the patient is at the end stage of renal disease. At this stage, dialysis or kidney transplant is needed.

What will happen if the creatinine is 10.5 and urea is 188?

Creatinine 10.5 and urea 188 means that your kidneys have lost more than 90% of the function. As a result, the kidneys cannot filter excessive fluids and wastes. Excessive fluids will cause swelling, which is often seen in legs, arms, ankles or face. Waste deposition will block the blood circulation and cause glomerular damage, decreasing Glomerular Filtration Rate. Therefore, proteinuria and hematuria appear. What’s more, due to the waste accumulation, high blood pressure will be seen.

Except those common symptoms, many other results may occur if other systems or organs are affected. For example, fatigue, dizziness, bad memory, shortness of breath, muscle cramps, poor appetite, frequent urine, little urine or painful urination, etc. Immediate treatment is required to manage those symptoms.

What can you do to manage that condition?

Generally speaking, dialysis or kidney transplant are applied to reduce creatinine 10.5 and urea 188. However, no one wants to take dialysis as it may cause many sides effects and somebody even cannot beat the pain it takes. Kidney transplant is not safe at all as it may have rejection, and then dialysis is needed again.

You can try Blood Pollution Therapy to lower high creatinine and BUN level. It is a combination of blood purification technologies and Chinese herbs. You can learn more about this therapy by leaving a message below or consult our doctor online directly.

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