Is Creatinine 5.2 Required to Start DialysisThis article was provided by doctor zhengfalei 2018-01-28 11:55
Patient 01-18 12:56:31
My mother has kidney disease for about last few months and now her creatinine level is 5.2 mg/dl. What we have to do now? Is it required to start dialysis? How long a patient can survive with continuous dialysis? Could please explain.
kidney-expert 01-18 12:56:46
It’s high creatinine. To be honest, your mother does not in need of dialysis immediately as long as she does not suffer from serious complications. With dialysis, the life span of the patients can be extended to some degrees. I am sorry I can not give your the precise value since it is different for various patients. In addition to, most of the patients done the renal transplant after years of dialysis. You know, she can not get any recovery with dialysis except for some alleviated discomforts, so that the patients with dialysis should take renal transplantation at last. Before giving the suggestions, I need to know more about her personally information. Does she has any other symptoms? Like swelling, back pain, anemia, itching, etc?
Patient 01-18 12:57:35
Yes she has such symptoms.
kidney-expert 01-18 12:57:55
How about diabetes, high blood pressure, or other problem?
Patient 01-18 12:58:41
She has diabetic and high blood pressure too. Is she still have chances to be cured without transplant?
kidney-expert 01-18 12:59:05
Provided she still has urine products, there are great chances for her to reverse the condition naturally. And we use Foot Bath, Steaming Therapy, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and other Chinese treatments to help the patients turn back to a high quality life. For her case, I’d like to send you some related information and advice. What’s your Email or whatsapp number?
Patient 01-18 13:00:23
OK. Thanks for any information you will offer to me.
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