Hypertension & Creatinine 7 No Dialysis Is Transplant a Good Option

2014-04-18 14:25

My wife age 34 is now suffering from hypertension and creatinine 7. She is still not in dialysis and waiting for a kidney donor. Is kidney transplant a good option for her disease? Please share your kind help. Thanks a lot.

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How are you? You have consulted us about your wife’s condition of hypertension and creatinine 7 no dialysis. As you said, she is waiting for a kidney donor for transplantation. We will be glad to do you a favor.

High creatinine means high toxins in body. Creatinine 7 indicates that she is almost in end stage renal disease with 15% kidney function at most. In general, the renal function will decrease 5% per year. When it is less than 15%, dialysis or kidney transplant becomes necessary.

Actually, kidney transplant is the last choice of treatment for her disease. She is still so young and still has a long way to go. So we recommend her to adopt alternative natural treatment to treat the disease effectively and avoid dialysis or transplant.

To provide her with personalized suggestions on the best treatment, we need to know more about her disease condition. You are requested to Email us at huaxiainstitute@hotmail.com with her test reports or more illness information. Our kidney experts will make a comprehensive analysis for her and reply you promptly. Hope this really helps. Anything unclear? Please let us know. Take care please!

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