Recently, I noticed my feet had Edema. At the beginning, I did not pay attention to it, however, it did not relieve at all. I was diagnosed with stage 3 CKD in hospital. Creatinine increased to 1.8. What should I do?
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In early stage of CKD, often it is no symptom occurrence. It is because our kidney has strong compensatory ability that even it is damaged, it still can work to maintain our body metabolism. Therefore, lots of patients do not perceive their illness condition and unfortunately miss the best treatment time.
In clinic, the normal range of creatinine is 0.7 to 1.3mg/dl. Though your creatinine level 1.8 is a little higher than normal level, it still means your kidney damage is serious. In general, creatinine level will not increase until half of renal function is lost. Besides, due to kidney damage, kidney fails to filter extra fluids out of the body, causing large amount of fluids build up in the body, forming Edema. Due to gravity, edema appears in feet first.
Thus we should treat stage 3 CKD with creatinine 1.8 and edema from the root, that is to say, repairing kidney damage and improving renal function. Micro-Chinese Systematic Toxin-Removing Therapy, such as Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath Therapy, Acupuncture Therapy, etc, can meet the goals naturally without side effects. They can stimulate kidney tissues regeneration and improve renal function obviously.
In stage 3 CKD, it is very crucial to reverse it if you take timely and proper therapy. If you want to know more details about our Chinese medicine treatments, please leave message below or email to us or consult our free ONLINE DOCTOR directly.
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