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Lupus Nephritis with Creatinine 3.4: Can I Eat Shrimp

2013-08-11 09:49

Lupus Nephritis patients are usually suggested to care about their diet much. When creatinine 3.4 appears, what should Lupus Nephritis patients know and can they eat shrimp? Now follow us to find the answer.

Generally speaking, Lupus Nephritis patients are not suggested to eat shrimp, and the reasons can include:

-Uric acid is a product of the metabolic breakdown of purine nucleotides. High blood concentrations of uric acid can lead to gout and hyperuricemia. While shrimp contains high levels of purine. Creatinine 3.4 can tell the condition has already developed in stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease, which means the moderate reduction of renal function. If the uric acid level in the blood has already exceeded the normal level, then shrimp and other seafoods should be avoided.

-Once eating shrimp causes anaphylaxis, the activity of lupus may be influenced, which causes further damage to kidneys and other organs in the body.

We have mentioned that creatinine 3.4 tells the condition is already in stage 3 CKD, but the condition is still can be reversed by an efficient treatment. In addition to healthy diet and some certain western medicines, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy has already been commonly bused to treat Lupus Nephritis and other kidney diseases.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy aims at repairing kidney damage and recovering renal function, so it is expected to help patients avoid dialysis and kidney transplant. This treatment is based on Chinese herbal medicines, but used externally. Foreign patients describe it as Chinese massage, very comfortable. In order to make Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy plays the obvious treatment effect, lupus should be eliminated by plasma exchange firstly, which can create a clean inner environment and avoid further damage to kidneys and other organs in the body.

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