FAQ for Kidney Disease

Here are questions asked frequently by kidney disease patients, and doctors have answered. If you have other questions, please consult the online doctor.

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How to Prevent Cystic Growth for PKD Patients

How to Prevent Cystic Growth for PKD Patients

First, avoiding infections is important to your father. Second, consult a doctor before taking some certain medicines. Third, control high blood pressure. Besides, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is widely used in stoping cystic growth. ...Read More

Creatinine 5 and Kidney Function 12%: Should I Begin Dialysis

Creatinine 5 and Kidney Function 12%: Should I Begin Dialysis

My doctor told me that I have stage 4 kidney failure, because my creatinine is 5 and kidney function is 12%. Also, nurses in dialysis center is providing for me to do a fistula. Is dialysis a must for me....Read More

Can Muscle Paralysis and Kidney Failure Occur at the Same Time

Can Muscle Paralysis and Kidney Failure Occur at the Same Time

Lately, I am diagnosed with kidney failure, and now I have the muscle paralysis occasionally. My muscle paralysis brings great inconvenience to my private life, so I feel confused and would like to ask you the question of "can muscle paralys...Read More

Why Nephrotic Syndrome Causes Severe Swelling

Why Nephrotic Syndrome Causes Severe Swelling

Today, I would like to share some information for this problems. Nephrotic Syndrome is a non-specific kidney disorder and it refers to a group of symptoms which are proteinuria, hyperlipemia, hypoalbuminemia and serious swelling or edema. An...Read More

What Is MPGN Type 1 Kidney Disease

What Is MPGN Type 1 Kidney Disease

Question : My doctor tells that I have MPGN Type 1 kidney disease. I never heard this disease. Can you tell me what is MPGN type 1 kidney disease? What can I do for it. Answer : MPGN refers to membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis, which...Read More

Is Creatinine 155 Dangerous for 19 Female Patient

Is Creatinine 155 Dangerous for 19 Female Patient

Creatinine is one blood test item to reflect how well kidneys are functioning. For general population, serum creatinine level ranges from 44umol/L to 133umol/l. It indicates renal insufficiency if creatinine level is higher than 188. Of cou...Read More

Creatinine 9.4 and Vomiting: Is This Life-threatening

Creatinine 9.4 and Vomiting: Is This Life-threatening

According to your description, we can find that your father’s kidney problem may have progressed into end stage. All of the above symptoms you mentioned can speed up the decline of kidney function level. If creatinine level is too high and...Read More

Does High Creatinine 9.1 Indicate for Dialysis

Does High Creatinine 9.1 Indicate for Dialysis

From your description, we can only know your creatinine level. High creatinine level is indeed one index that determines when to begin dialysis. However, it shouldn’t be the only indicator. Therefore, now we can only give you some general ...Read More

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    You can take a look at this patient's report. His creatinine was 1028 and urea level was 39.7 on 2018-12-11; creatinine level was reduced to 331 and urea was 16.1 on 2019-1-5. After about 25 days' treatment in our hospital, his creatinine level was reduced by 697, and urea was reduced by 23.6. Hope his condition gets better and better.

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