Thanks for posting your query here.
She has chronic renal failure
and recently her Creatinine
has been increasing.
Only Creatinine is not the criteria for renal transplant. There are many medical treatment options available (to minimize the effects of chronic renal failure). She needs to have further blood tests like Hb, Platelet count
, Calcium-Phosphorus, Urea and Bicarbonate levels etc. I would suggest to get in touch with Paediatric Nephrologist
who are specialist in dealing with chronic renal failure.
If the kidney function don't stabilize with medicines, then she would need to have dialysis
(which helps to remove impure waste from the body).
Nephrologist will be able to guide you regarding transplant. However, as I mentioned, Creatinine is not the only test to determine need for transplant.
Hope I have been able to guide you further in this matter.
Dr Tejas Shah