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Creatinine 5.0 and Urea 90: Does She Require Dialysis


2014-02-18 03:06

Creatinine 5.0 and Urea 90: Does She Require DialysisA patient left such a message on our website: My mother has creatinine level 5.0 and urea is 90, does she require dialysis? First, thanks to broad netizen for your support. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us anytime by leaving a message or send emails to kidneyabc@hotmail.com.

The normal creatinine level for an adult female is 0.5 to 1.1 mg/dl and urea level is 5-20 mg/dl. Maybe the data is a little different in different areas. But creatinine 5 and urea 90 is much higher than the normal level, so it indicates that there is something wrong with her kidneys.

Creatinine is generated from muscle catabolism and the meat you consume. And urea is generated from dietary protein and tissue protein. Under normal circumstance, they can be discharged from body by kidneys. Once kidneys go wrong, they will build up in the blood and cause further damage to kidneys.

Whether one should take dialysis or not should not only see her creatinine and urea level, but also her medical condition. If she can not bear so many wastes and toxins in her body and she feels very uncomfortable, she should do dialysis as soon as possible. If she feels nothing wrong, she can delay the time to take dialysis.

In fact, dialysis is not the only choice for Kidney Failure patients. Polluted Blood Therapy is also a good choice. It has the same function with dialysis to cleanse the wastes and toxins from the blood. But the difference is that Polluted Blood Therapy can improve kidney function by recovering the blood circulation, which provides enough nutrition and oxygen to your kidneys. In a clean blood environment, her kidneys will gradually repair themselves. However, if one’s kidneys totally lose their function, this therapy takes no effect. For more information, please contact us.




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