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How to Decline High Creatinine Levels 2.7 in Renal Disease

Recently, I often felt fatigue, sickness, poor appetite and vomiting. Then, I went to the hospital and asked my doctor. He said that my creatinine levels has reached 2.7 in renal disease. How to decline the current levels?

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How to Decline High Creatinine Levels 2.7 in Renal DiseaseGenerally speaking, the normal creatinine levels is 0.5~1.2mg/dl. For high creatinine levels 2.7, it means that many toxins and waste products accumulate in your body, causing the above symptoms what you have mentioned.

However, how to decline high creatinine levels 2.7 in renal disease? The best way is to protect renal function and remove the toxins and excess water.

For diet, you need to control intake of salt and keep low salt dietary. If taking salt without limitation, it’s likely to induce high blood pressure, which is the common complication in the renal disease.

For treatment, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is your choice. Based on the natural Chinese medicine, this therapy has fewer side effects on the body. The goal of this therapy is removing toxins, promoting blood circulation, dilating blood vessels, eliminating blood stasis and inflammation, repairing the damaged kidney function and enhancing the immunity.

High creatinine level in renal disease is not an incurable disease. Actually, you can regain health so long as combining the treatment with care.

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