Thanks for posting your query.
Is he undergone ultrasound imaging of kidneys? What was the reports?
Rising creatinine may be due to acute renal failure
or chronic kidney disease
What was the size of kidney in ultrasound imaging? Is cortico-medullary differentiation maintained or not?
As such no allopathy medication is available which can reduce the rising creatinine.
You should consult with physician/ nephrologist
and should follow diet plans.
You should also take prescribed medicines as CKD is associated with multiple complications.
Medicines in CKD are advised to live smooth life.
If creatinine is progressively rising after each and every dietary precautions then you should go for renal replacement therapy.
Renal replacement therapy may be in form of hemodialysis
, peritoneal dialysis
If affordable and possible then you should go for renal transplant after discussion with transplant team.
Dr. Mayank Bhargava