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Serum Creatinine 6.5 & Nephrotic Syndrome What Stage of Renal Failure

2014-08-10 00:54

Serum Creatinine 6.5 & Nephrotic Syndrome What Stage of Renal FailureWhat stage of Renal Failure with diagnosis of serum creatinine 6.5 in Nephrotic Syndrome? In the following article, let’s talk about this question together and find the corresponding answer. For personalized advice, chat with our online doctor now for free and professional help.

What stage of Kidney Failure with serum creatinine 6.5 in Nephrotic Syndrome?

Actually, there is not a definite answer to this question, as the stage of kidney disease is more determined by patient’s glomerular filtration rate level. Hence, if you want to get an exact answer, please Email us at kidney-support@hotmail.com with your test reports or detailed illness information. Our kidney doctors will analyze it and reply you promptly within 24 hours.

Generally speaking, people with serum creatinine 6.5 in Nephrotic Syndrome have progressed to end-stage renal disease with loss of most kidney capacity. At this point, the kidneys are not able to work properly to sustain life. Renal replacement therapy like dialysis or transplant becomes necessary.

While, is there any way to prevent the progression of this disorder and avoid complete renal failure?

Fortunately, the answer is “YES”. The nation’s renowned nephrologists have developed such kind of option called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. (Click Here to watch the video introduction) 

As a fundamental solution, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy aims at treating serum creatinine 6.5 in Nephrotic Syndrome from the root cause. This therapy can normalize the elevated creatinine level effectively by repairing the impaired kidney inherent cells and restoring the overall renal function. With kidneys working better and better, symptoms will disappear spontaneously and the disease will not aggravate further.

Whether your condition with kidney disease is suitable to get Micro-Chinese Medicine or not? Feel free to Contact Us and get free evaluation. We are glad to share help!

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