For PKD patients with creatinine 5.6, they will have many symptoms like swelling, nausea, breath difficult, back pain, etc. What can we do to help them? Can PKD patients with creatinine 5.6 be treated? How to reduce creatinine 5.6 with PKD?
PKD which is the short name of Polycystic Kidney Disease is a genetic disorder. That is mean the family members of the patients is possible to have a kidney disease like PKD. The growing cysts will injure the renal function and make the internal environment be worse.
The creatinine is considered as a measure of the kidney action. It is because that the creatinine is a type of the waste produced by the body and that it is mainly excluded from body by the kidney. As a matter of fact, the creatinine will begin to go up while about half of the kidney is injured. Therefore, the creatinine 5.6 tells us that the kidney has been damaged badly. And then, patients are in troubles with illnesses as more and more unwanted things are retained in the body. Patients are in sore need of a valid therapy to get well due to the sufferings which patients are undergoing.
Dialysis is a common way to help patients alleviate the illnesses and prolong life, although it leads itching skin, lower renal function, infections and other side effects.
Kidney transplant. It is the traditional therapy, in which the damaged kidney of the patients will be replaced with a matching and healthy one from the donor. Besides, patients are asked to take anti-rejection medicines in the remaining of their life.
Toxin-Removing Therapy. It can drive out the undesired things in the body including the excess fluid in the cysts. And thus, the cysts will be prevented from developing and the kidney will start to repair in the new setting. Meanwhile, the Hot Compress Therapy will be used to improve the renal recovery with the herbs from natural. When the kidney is rebuilt, the creatinine will be decreased, the patients will feel better.
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