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What to Do with Elevated Creatinine Level? This Treatment Can Make Your Kidneys Better
What to do with elevated creatinine level? This treatment can make your kidneys better and better, and keep dialysis far away.

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Do Kidney Cysts Shrink on Their Own
Question: I have PKD. Just wondering if some of the cysts shrink on their own because the symptoms (painful right kidney) I had last week have gotten better.

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Can You Die from Stage 2 Chronic Kidney Failure
Many people think that if their kidneys fail, they will die. Is it right? Can you die from stage 2 chronic kidney failure? Read on to learn more information.

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What Are the Effects of A High Creatinine Level on the Body
Creatinine is a waste product passed out of body by kidneys. When your kidneys work well, creatinine level will be kept at 0.5-1.3 mg/dL. What are the effects of a high creatinine level on the body? After reading this article, you will find out the answer.

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What Does the Pain Feel Like with A Ruptured Renal Cyst
For kidney cyst patients, especially those with polycystic kidney disease (PKD), they may suffer from renal cyst rupture, which can cause severe pain. What does the pain feel like with a ruptured renal cyst? Read on to learn more information.

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PKD: Can Creatinine 140 Be Brought Down
Question: My wife has ADPKD. Her creatinine level is 140. Can her creatinine level be brought down?
PKD: Can Creatinine 140 Be Brought DownAnswer: Elevated creatinine are caused by the renal cysts on her kidneys. The renal cysts become more and more big, then they begin to press the renal tissues and damage the renal function. What is more, if the renal cysts become big enough, even burst, they will secrete the cystic liquid which is very easy to get infection in the kidneys.

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Can You Stop Medicine When High Creatinine Is Reduced and Proteinuria Turns Negative
Can You Stop Medicine When High Creatinine Is Reduced and Proteinuria Turns NegativeThere are often such questions as:
Should patients with renal insufficiency eat medicine for all their life?
The side effect of steroid is so serious, when can I stop taking it?
ACEI or ARBs can protect kidney function well, but can I not take them?

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How Much Time It Takes to Recover with Strict Diet in IgA Nephropathy Patients
IgA Nephropathy tends to progress slowly. How much time it takes to recover with strict diet in IgA Nephropathy patients? Read on to learn more information.

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These 3 Kinds of High Quality Protein Can Help Reduce Proteinuria and Protect Kidneys
Diet control plays an important role in the treatment of kidney disease. A reasonable diet combination can not only reduce renal metabolic pressure, but also guarantee the balance of nutrition for patients, which is more conducive to the stabilization of the disease.

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To Reduce Creatinine, Many Therapies and Medicines Are False
Creatinine is a small molecule waste produced by meat metabolism. Serum creatinine is used clinically to determine the stage of renal failure. It is generally believed that:
133-177umol/L is the compensatory period of renal function;
186-442umol/L is the decompensation period of renal function.
443-707umol/L is kidney failure stage;
Over 707umol/L is uremia.
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