Creatinine 700 with glomerulonephritis that I should be concerned
"I suffer from creatinine 700 and glomerulonephritis. I would like to know if I should worry about the illness. I do not want to do dialysis, can I come to you for treatment? After receiving this request, we offer an explanation, as shown below. Read on to find out more.
Hello, thank you for contacting us. According to your description, you suffer from a level of creatinine 700 from glomerulonephritis. Your current condition is quite severe in the terminal stage of kidney failure (TPN) with the loss of most kidney functions. If it is not treated or treated effectively, the disease will be life-threatening. About treatment to us, you need to know your detailed disease states and then determine. And so, if you have an analysis, please send to our mail Asya.email@example.com or Whatsapp / Viber +86 13292893707.
What treatment options are available to treat your situation with creatinine levels of 700 and glomerulonephritis?
Usually, renal therapy, such as dialysis or kidney transplantation, is suggested to treat the disorder. You can consult a doctor for the most appropriate therapy option.
With the advancement of Chinese medicine, a natural treatment was developed, known as the Blood Cleansing Therapy. So far this is the most effective therapy for kidney failure.
Therapy of cleansing toxins from the blood is invented by renowned renal specialists of the nation after years of research and clinical experience. The entire processing process consists of three parts, as shown below:
- Remove stagnation of blood by means of blood purification methods, such as hemofiltration, hemoperfusion, plasma exchange, immunoadsorption, etc.
- Further purification of blood with the help of Chinese medicines, such as Chinese enema, moxibustion, full bath therapy, oral Chinese herbal medicine;
- Restore damaged kidneys and significantly increase the overall capacity of the kidneys. A natural option called osmotherapy of micro-Chinese medicine is used to provide such a curative effect.
The above is just a general introduction to the treatment of your kidney disease. If you have any questions, leave your doubts in the section, as shown below. We are happy to share useful suggestions. Please take care of yourself!