Both creatinine level is 6.7mg/dl and blood urea 189.6 are much higher than normal ranges, and indicate your are at Stage 5 Chronic Kidney Disease, namely, Kidney Failure. Dialysis is normally recommended for this condition.
Can dialysis reverse your illness condition?
Dialysis is indeed a life-saving treatment for kidney disease patients. There are two types of dialysis: peritoneal dialysis (PD) and hemodialysis (HD). Each type has its own advantages and disadvantage, so you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org for advice about right type if suitable for you.
● Medicines: Creatinine 6.7 and blood urea 189.6 is so high that they will cause some discomforts and abnormal dangerous levels. Medicines are sometimes necessary to control symptoms such as high blood pressure, nausea, swelling, proteinuria, or infections. However, long term or large dosage of certain medicines might bring some adverse effects and you should limit or even stop taking them. Consult your doctor and prevent some side effect.
● Natural Treatment
“Natural” means few or no side effects on patient during the process of playing effects. In that case, I recommend you to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is used on Shenshu area with medical bags. The effective ingredients can permeate into kidneys through skin, under the help of osmotic device. Since this therapy is an external application, it is considered natural and is welcomed by many patients.
More important, the medicines used are traditional Chines herbs, most of which come from plant. They contain ingredients that are good for improving blood circulation and degrading extracellular matrixes, thus protecting and enhancing kidney function. That should be the terminal goal of kidney disease treatment.
● A balanced diet
Even though no certain food can cure kidney disease, they are helpful for preventing or relieving some symptoms. In general, people with high creatinine and blood urea is required to limit sodium and protein intake. Sometime, potassium and phosphorous should also be reduced. Consult your doctor for specific dietary suggestions.