Creatinine is the by-product of muscle metabolism and and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body (depending on muscle mass). Serum creatinine is an important indicator of how well your kidneys are working since it is excreted unchanged by the kidneys.
What does creatinine 16 mean?
creatinine level in the blood has a critical range (0.5-1.1mg/dl for female and 0.6-1.2mg/dl for male). You can see how high creatinine 16 is. It means you have reached to the End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) with glomerular filtration rate (GFR) reduced to less than 15ml/min. In general, dialysis is recommended.
Can you get better once you are on dialysis?
Dialysis is thought to be such a process of “washing the kidney”. It will replace the kidneys to filter excessive wastes and toxins. If the dialysis is efficient, patients will see a decline of creatinine level quickly. Some symptoms such as swelling, proteinuria, high blood pressure, etc. will can be relieved.
However, it is not the best treatment to lower creatinine 16 because dialysis can either repair the damaged renal cells nor improve kidney function.
What treatment is natural and effective for lowering creatinine 16?
There is no doubt that I recommend Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy that is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Thousands years of practices have proved TCM to be natural and effective for treating various diseases.
It works by expanding blood vessels, fighting against inflammation and coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix. This can promote the blood circulation so as to accelerate the excretion of creatinine. What’s more, the effective ingredients of the medicines can help the kidney repair itself by providing it with enough blood and oxygen.
Therefore, by this therapy you can lower creatinine from the root. More important, you can avoid some side effects of dialysis such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle cramps, infections, and sleep disorder, etc. For those who have taken dialysis, this therapy can also reduce the frequency of dialysis or even avoid dialysis.
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