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How to Lower High Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) and High Creatinine in Diabetics

Q: My wife has diabetes for 20 years. Now her Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) is 68 and
creatinine is 5.5. Can you help me? What can I do to lower both of the two levels?
Expert answers:
Blood urea nitrogen and serum creatinine are common indexes for measuring kidney functions.
Of the two, urea nitrogen is the end product of protein metabolism. Every 1g protein can produce 0.3g urea nitrogen. Our kidneys are main organs responsible for removing urea nitrogen. Thereby, BUN can be maintained within 3.2-7.1 mmol/L (9-20mg/dl) in healthy people. In case patients consume excess proteins, blood urea nitrogen may increase. But this is usually intermittent and will be remitted in a short time. How to Reduce High Creatinine Level in Blood
Creatinine is metabolized from muscle total. It is also mainly excreted by the kidneys. High creatinine combined with high urea nitrogen indicates kidney function has decreased for over 50 percent.
Our kidneys have good functional decompensation functions. That means, at intial time, although the kidneys are impaired, blood urea nitrogen and serum creatinine levels can still be maintained within normal range. Only when over 50 percent of functioning renal intrinsic cells are impaired, will serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen increase very obviously. Is Patient with Creatinine 3.0 Supposed to Go Through Dialysis
Diabetes as an overall blood vessel disorder can cause severe results. High blood glucose is often coexisted with other pathogenic factors, including high blood pressure, high blood lipids, blood stasis, blood concentration, etc. Those can combine to slow down blood circulation and make patients susceptible for various body system disorders, including heart disease, brain disorder, retinopathy, foot disease, etc. Kidney disease combined with those vascular problems increases risk factors and treatment difficulty. What Natural Supplement Will Lower Creatinine
Diabetic kidney disorder is a condition where functioning kidney units are scarred and thus a series of clinical symptoms such as anemia, swelling, vomiting, poor appetite, hard breathing, skin itching are present. As long as we remove objective factors such as inflammation, stasis, blood concentration and high blood pressure, the injured kidney cells can be brought back to performing their normal filtration, secretion, excretion and regulation functions. Thereby, creatinine and blood urea nitrogen levels can be removed by the kidneys again; other symptoms can be eliminated and kidney function will improve gradually.

Adoptable therapies to achieve the above therapeutic effects are stem cell therapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. Nephrologists will examine the specific condition and make detailed treatment plans. Hope you can send your medical reports to us.

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