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Natural Treatments for Low Hemoglobin 6.3 in CKD


2017-04-09 10:58

Natural Treatments for Low Hemoglobin 6.3 in CKDIn CKD, low hemoglobin is one common symptom for the patients. However, hemoglobinhelps transport oxygen to various parts of the body, which is important for the overall health of the body. Thus patients need take timely and proper treatment to increase.

What are the factors of low hemoglobin in CKD?

One is kidney damage. The healthy kidneys can produce a hormone which is called erythropoietin (epo). When the body suffers from low oxygen levels, the kidneys can get information to release epo, which will tell the bone marrow to break more red blood cells. Therefore, when the kidneys are damaged, they will fail to work effectively causing fewerred blood cells produce. That is why hemoglobin low.

Another is the loss of iron intake. Iron is a common mineral which can be found in protein-rich foods and it can help produce hemoglobin. If Chronic Kidney Disease patients are in the early stage, they are usually suggested to intake low-protein diet, and a major source of iron is red meat, which contains high quality protein and is limited by Kidney Disease patients.

Well then, how to increase hemoglobin 6.3 for CKD patients?

Reasonable Diet:

Patients should supply enough iron which can help build up the level of hemoglobin in blood. Patients should take a proper amount of iron intake following the advices of their doctors, because excess iron intake will also have adverse effects, so patients should be careful when they taking iron.

Medicine Treatments:

Patients can also take some medicines which can help produce hemoglobin or red blood cells. They should also first ask the advices of their doctors. In some severe cases, they may need to have immediate blood transfusion.

To be honest, the underlying cause of low hemoglobin is kidney damage, so patients need to take effective treatments to repair the damaged kidney tissues and cells and improve renal function. In this way, the low hemoglobin 6.3 can be increased.

Here we recommend Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatments to you, which are safe and healthy. They are Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath Therapy, Foot Bath Therapy, etc.

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