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Creatinine Level Increases Sharply in Hypertensive Nephropathy How to Lower It

2016-02-09 16:06

Hypertensive Nephropathy Symptoms,Hypertensive Nephropathy,Creatinine Level Increases SharplyOne of my relative has got Hypertensive Nephropathy for a while, and recently, his creatinine level increases to 10.3 sharply. Can you tell me why and how to lower it?

Why creatinine level increases sharply ?

Seen from patient's illness condition and medical history, his chronic kidney disease may be caused by long-term of hypertension or diabetes, his serum creatinine level went rapidly up to 10.3 in one month, this kind of sharp elevation of creatinine within a short period is properly because some acute factors that aggravated his kidney damage, although the local doctor did not give you exact reason, but through the treatment, this acute factor has been eliminated, so creatinine dropped down, and it is now relatively stable. However, the root cause of his chronic kidney disease has not been ruled out, and also due to the long time of kidney damage, some of his kidney intrinsic cells have completely lost their function (or we can part of his kidney cells has dead), some of his kidney cells remains in a constant state of being damaged (become slecrosis and impaired) which can not function properly anymore. That is the reason why his creatinine level still maintains above the normal range.

Creatinine level increases sharply in Hypertensive Nephropathy how to lower it ?

if he wants to get better recovery to enhance his life quality, he must take some medicines to protect his residual kidney function and repair those parts of impaired renal cells. At the same time, he also should control the high blood pressure level and avoid affect and other inducers, so that he can get a better curative effect.

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