Creatinine and urea level in the blood are the indicators reflecting how well the kidneys are working. What should you do with creatinine 11.5 and urea 165?
How serious is creatinine 11.5 and urea 165?
Normal creatinine level is 0.6-1.2 mg/dl for male and 0.5-1.1mg/dl for female. Generally speaking, when creatinine is higher than 5-8 mg/dl, it requires dialysis or kidney transplant. More factors such as patient’s age, illness history, physical health and complications of kidney disease, etc. Discuss with your doctor whether you should take dialysis. Or you email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, describing your illness condition, and our doctors will give you some suggestions.
How to lower creatinine 11.5 and urea 165 naturally?
Creatinine 11.5 means your have developed Kidney Failure with very severe kidney function impairment. To change this bad situation, you have to do from sever aspects, such as:
1. Eat less sodium. At this end stage of kidney disease, you are required to eat sodium not more than 3g per day. Take your salt shake off your table, and avoid salty foods such as processed meats and canned soups.
2. Take enough high-quality protein. You are not suggestions to take much protein but protein with high-quality is very necessary. Egg white, lean meat, fish and milk are good choices.
3. Take good rest. At this condition, you are not recommended to take strong exercise to reduce the muscle metabolism. In addition, if you have swelling, you should also take enough rest.
I always recommend patients to take this therapy since it has been used in our hospital for almost 30 years, and has achieved great success in this field. Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it is very effective for improving blood circulation and enhancing renal function. Therefore, creatinine and urea can be discharged adequately by kidneys in a natural way. This external application is unlike oral medicines that will cause discomforts, it works through skin.
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