I was diagnosed as Lupus Nephritis patient a half years ago, then my creatinine level increased to high level suddenly, so the doctor put me under dialysis to maintain my life. But now, my creatinine level has down to 2.1, i want to know ca
Can we help Lupus Nephritis stop Dialysis? I was diagnosed as Lupus Nephritis patient a half years ago, then my creatinine level increased to high level suddenly, so the doctor put me under dialysis to maintain my life. But now, my creatinine level has down to 2.1, i want to know can i stop dialysis?
It is common to see, as long as creatinine reveals more than half of kidney function has lost when the creatinine level is higher than the normal. As it rises above 5.0, patients may have to begin dialysis. Dialysis, an artificial kidney, is able to replace part of kidney filtration function to remove the wastes including creatinine, water, blood urea nitrogen and urea acid from the body. Without much creatinine building in the blood, the creatinine level will drop naturally. Even though, you still cannot stop dialysis rapidly.
because dialysis is a clean method instead of recovering the impaired kidney function. Therefore, it only can reduce creatinine level in a short time, and the creatinine level will increase again if patients stop dialysis.
Immunotherapy has helped solved this question. It can not only purify patients’ blood, just as dialysis does, but also repair the damaged kidney function units. When parts of kidney function work again, these patients may stop dialysis gradually.
If you want to know more details about Immunotherapy for Lupus Nephritis or want to stop dialysis, you can send email to us or consult our doctor on directly, we will try our best to help you.
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