Creatinine level is one of the most important indexes which people with
diabetic nephropathy concerned. When creatinine level is rising
up, it indicates people’s kidney function is worsened and many toxic substances
stay in the body to poison all the tissues and organs. How to lower your
creatinine level in diabetic nephropathy?|
Why do people with diabetic nephropathy have a high creatinine level?
Due to long-term high blood sugar, people’s kidneys are easy to be damaged. In the beginning, people only have protein in their urine. However, diabetic nephropathy is a type of kidney disease which develops quickly. In not long time, their glomeruli, which are the main tissues for blood filtration in kidneys, will be hardened little by little. When more than 50% percent of glomeruli are damaged, their creatinine level will be higher than the normal range.
How to lower your creatinine level in diabetic nephropathy?
When their creatinine level is not very high, people are suggested to have drugs to lower the creatinine level. However, they find their creatinine level would not drop down when they stop drugs. Because all the drugs only can increase the creatinine excretion by other ways. For example, some drugs can promote to discharge creatinine through intestinal tract.
Thereby what we can do is to improve people’s kidney function in order to lower creatinine level. How to? Is it difficult? For many years’ hard working, immunotherapy has been worked out. It is a comprehensive therapy for people with diabetic nephropathy. Micro-Chinese medicine and Immunotherapy both constitute to immunotherapy.
Micro-Chinese medicine Osmotherapy can clean away all the toxic substances from the blood. It can dilate blood vessels, accelerate microcirculation and resist to inflammation and coagulation. So people’s diabetic system will be greatly remitted, such as high blood pressure, swelling, dizzy and so on.
There is a new therapy for diabetic nephropathy. Immunotherapy is a new technology which can give you hope to live a normal life. Do not believe it? You can ask our experts online for more information about immunotherapy.