People who have done a urine or blood test, they see many numbers include GFR (glomerular filtration rate), BUN (blood urea nitrogen), and Scr (serum creatinine). To know what they indicate can help you deal with your problem in a better way.
What does creatinine 307 mean?
The substance creatine is produced from muscle metabolism, when food is transformed into energy. Creatinine is a nitrogenous waste molecule discharged by the kidneys. Creatinine is made at a steady rate and is not affected by diet or by normal physical activities. Therefore, abnormal creatinine level indicates your kidneys are not working well.
Creatinine 307umol/L means you are in Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). At this stage, your kidneys have 30%-60% of the function. Without untreated, it will develop into Stage 4 CKD or even End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) that dialysis or kidney transplant is needed.
How to lower creatinine 307?
Creatinine 307 will cause many symptoms such as swelling, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, headache, urinary changes or skin problems, etc. Traditional treatment is to relieve the symptoms by prescribing the patients with some diuretics. Diuretics is to increase urine output so as to accelerate the discharge of excessive wastes and toxins, including creatinine.
However, this cannot solve the underlying problem, namely damaged kidneys. The key to lower creatinine 307 is to improve the kidney function so that the kidney itself can work normally to filter creatinine. Here, I would like to recommend you to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an innovation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The effective ingredients of the medicines can expand the blood vessels, fight against inflammation and coagulation, and degrade extracellular matrix. All the above steps are to improve blood circulation and repair damaged renal cells. By this way, your kidney function can be improved, so the kidneys can work adequately to excrete those harmful and useless substances out of the body.
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