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Old 09-17-2011, 01:03 AM   #1
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Creatinin levels high

Can anyone advise what can be done to improve high creatinin levels .My doctor seems a little concerned after a 24 hour urine sample are there any effective supplements to reduce production .I am now trying to drink loads of water to help any ideas ?

 
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Re: Creatinin levels high

Keeping hydrated will lower the number when you have blood work drawn, but it is somewhat artificial. Creatinine is a byproduct of muscle metabolism. As you use your muscles (for everything from exercise to breathing) cr. is produced. If your blood levels are high, this is because your kidneys are not filtering it properly and there isn't really anything you can do to lower it. The best you can do is maintain a healthy lifestyle which includes low sodium, and keeping your blood pressure normal.

What was your level (I'm assuming it was a blood level because cr. levels in the urine don't really mean anything and if it's high in the urine it just means your kidneys are filtering it well).
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Can anyone advise what can be done to improve high creatinin levels .My doctor seems a little concerned after a 24 hour urine sample are there any effective supplements to reduce production .I am now trying to drink loads of water to help any ideas ?
There is Hope only in Homeopathic Treatment - You may go for Daily Twice, Morning & Evening Taking 1/4 Tea Spoon of Soda Bicarbonate Dissoved in Half a Glass of water. Or to be More Precise Check the Ph of Your Urine Or Saliva & If Its Less than 7 - Take Soda Bicarbonate (BAKING SODA) as above with 2 Tea Spoon of APPLE CIDER VINEGAR Dissolved in 1/2 a Glass of Water.

It Should help.

 
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