What does Creatinine level 8.2 indicate? To be honest, the normal range of creatinine is between 0.5 and 1.3mg/dl. As for creatinine 8.2, it is much higher than this range, which indicates the kidney is damaged severely. Thus you should take treatments timely to repair the kidney lesion.
In general, with the declined kidney function, a series of symptoms may appear, they are fatigue, skin itching, nausea, vomiting, edema on the feet, legs, and face, poor appetite, headache, and colorless or dark urine.
Now that high creatinine level 8.2 is caused by kidney damage. The ultimate treatment should repair these damaged kidney tissues and kidney intrinsic cells and improve renal function from the root.
Because Dialysis can not repair the kidney damage, thus we recommend alternatives. Compared with western medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine treatments are effective and natural without side effects.
Systemic Toxin-Removing Treatment is strongly recommended, including Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Foot Bath Therapy, Medicated Bath Therapy, Moxibustion Therapy and others. We will choose the suitable therapies for you based on your specific illness condition. The active materials of Chinese medicines can remove wastes out of the body and also can dilate blood vessels to improve blood circulation, regulate immune system and provide necessary nutrients to the damaged kidney. As long as the kidney functions are improved, high creatinine 8.2 will be reduced naturally.
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