Renal Parenchymal Disease in one common types of kidney disease. Creatinine 3.03 means the kidneys are severely damaged. Can diet improve Renal Parenchymal Disease with creatinine 3.03?
Diet and creatinine
Diet plays an important role in slowing down the progression of kidney disease. A kidney-friendly diet is to reduce the burden on kidneys. In that case, Renal Parenchymal Disease patient with creatinine 3.03 need to reduce sodium, protein, potassium and phosphorous intake. Fluid may be also limited to if patients have edema (swelling).
However, diet cannot help repair the damaged renal tissues, so it cannot stop creatinine from increasing. Without timely treatment, Renal Parenchymal Disease patients with creatinine 3.03 will develop into Kidney Failure eventually.
Treatment to lower creatinine 3.03 in Renal Parenchymal Disease
Renal parenchyma is the functioning part where urine formation and filtration occur. Millions of nephrons lie within the renal parenchymal area of each kidney. The nephrons contain arterioles, or small blood vessels, known as glomeruli, that are surrounded by tubules.
To lower creatinine 3.03 is to repair the damaged renal tissues, so as to increase glomerular filtration rate (GFR). In that case, you are suggested to take:
-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is an external application used on bilateral Shenshu acupoints. Based on traditional Chinese herbs, this therapy can improve blood circulation by expanding blood vessels, fighting against inflammation and degrading extracellular matrixes. Then, kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to repair the damaged renal tissues, increasing GFR levels.
-Foot Bath. There are many acupoints on feet. We use herbal medicines to stimulate these acupoints, so the whole blood stream can flow fluently. Then, the effective ingredients can be sufficiently absorbed.
The above therapies are natural and effective methods for Renal Parenchymal Disease patients with creatinine 3.03. More and more patients come to China for our treatments, and you can trust us!
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