Creatinine 12 is more likely to indicate Diabetic Nephropathy has developed into end stage. In this case, to prevent kidney deteriorated increasingly, doctors must recommend dialysis. However, dialysis isn’t an easy treatment even for fittest patients. Are there any alternative treatments to dialysis for these patients?
Dialysis for Diabetic Nephropathy
For a start, diabetic Nephropathy is caused by long-term diabetes. Compared with other types of kidney disease, Diabetic Nephropathy can cause more complications and damage to other organs. This is the reason that patients with Diabetic Nephropathy are recommended to begin dialysis earlier.
Furthermore, Dialysis does play a role in cleansing blood, by eliminating waste products and toxins. However, the longer patients on dialysis, the more side effects or complications they may experience. Because of these discomforts or mental stress, quite a number of patients refuse dialysis or want to stop it. However, if their creatinine is as high as 12, it is dangerous to live without dialysis and other kidney replacement therapies.
Alternative treatments to dialysis for Diabetic Nephropathy
In the first step, some blood purification methods are needed to cleanse blood repeatedly, in order to lower creatinine level and maintain patients’ life effectively and obviously. Depending on patients’ illness condition, doctors may recommend plasma exchange, CRRT, immune adsorption, etc.
Then, several herbs and natural remedies should be used to revive kidney damage as well as control the blood sugar levels. Chicory, Red Sandalwood, Hogweed, Crataeva Nurvala, etc, are able to increase the kidney output and regenerate kidney inherent cells. Therefore, more creatinine in the blood can be eliminated out of the body, and patients’ kidney function is increased, too.
Last but not least, a healthy diet and lifestyle is also needed to strengthen kidney cells and boost Diabetic Nephropathy patients’ overall health. Otherwise, it may worsen patients’ kidney condition and cause higher creatinine level.
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