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What Is the Normal Creatinine Level for People with PKD

High creatinine level is one of PKD patients’ biggest concerns, so many patients are suggested to do blood test regularly to pay attention to their condition. What is the normal creatinine level for people with PKD?

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Normal Creatinine Level for People with PKDCreatinine is a waste product of muscle metabolism. It is introduced into blood and excreted by kidneys via urine. If kidney can do its work normally, patients’ creatinine level will change in a normal range. Generally, the normal creatinine level in female is 0.5-0.6mg/dl and in male is 0.6-1.2mg/dl. However, normal creatinine levels are different for different people, because sex, age, weight, muscle mass, etc, all contribute to the change of normal creatinine level.

PKD is a chronically progressive disease, so patients’ creatinine level usually won’t be higher in the first several decades. However, with age, they are easily diagnosed with high creatinine level, which reminds patients to accept treatment timely so as to prevent renal failure. If your creatinine level is a little higher than the normal, some natural remedies are able to help lower your elevated creatinine level effectively. Ask the kidney experts online for some healthy suggestions.

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