What is the treatment for high creatinine level in FSGS? Every high creatinine level patient wonders to know the answer, of course, including FSGS patients. In clinic, High Creatinine Level is a common symptom in FSGS and it is an alarm of renal (kidney) failure once it increases to a certain level. There is no doubt that every FSGS patient with high creatinine level is eager to be treated with some effective ways including healthy diet to lower elevated creatinine level. However, the first thing we need to do is to make sure what causes creatinine to increase with FSGS disease.
what causes creatinine to increase with FSGS disease?
If we leave out dehydration, heart problem, too much intake of meat and other factors which influence creatinine level, the appearance of high creatinine level in FSGS is caused by the kidney damage and impaired kidney function actually. Besides, most of FSGS patients may know that creatinine level will not increase until about 40%-50% of kidney function is lost. For FSGS patients, due to decreased kidney function, a lot of wastes, toxins and other substances will build up in the blood or other areas in the body and thus the level of creatinine will increase sharply.
Treatment for high creatinine level in FSGS
People with FSGS are usually treated with Corticosteroids, such as Prednisone and other Immunosuppressive Therapy in clinic. However, side effects coming from these medicines always make patients confused and thus they try to find other natural but effective therapies for high creatinine level in FSGS. There, we want to recommend a therapy known as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy which is the latest treatment in 2013 in china. According to research, it can restore damaged kidney and rebuild immune system from the root through a series of functions, like expand blood vessels, anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulation and prevent blood clots.
Of course, if you are looking for a natural therapy now, feel free to let us know or chat with our online doctors directly, we are glad to help you. Best wishes.