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How to reduce Creatinine levels?

Hi,my mother s blood creatinine level was diagnosed as high 2months back(around 3) and she has been on medication and a strict diet since.We have been monitoring the levels since and it came down to 1.9 but last week was around 2.3. Please can you let me know how to control it and get reduced to normal level. We are in Bangalore so it would be great if you could suggest a good dietician for this issue asthe current dietician we are seeing has asked her not to have most of the vegetables and fruits due to which she is having a very bad constipation problem. She is also taking medicines for High BP.Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 1 May 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
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The creatinine is high that indicates the kidneys are not functioning normally. So there is no such remedies to reduce the creatinine level only. If the treatment should be based to treat the kidney condition then automatically the creatinine level will reduce. There is no treatment in allopathy which will cure the kidney conditions. But homeopathy have remedies to cure this condition and hundreds of evidence with me.
So if you would feel to contact me then it is my email ID -
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Answered: Mon, 2 May 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Preeti Balwani's  Response
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You have not mentioned the diagnosis of the disease your mother is having ,the control of creatinine level depends on diet care as well as severity of kidney damage, if it is a chronic disease then diet control is very important.
The diet suggested by the dieticians is common for kidney disease so please follow it.
Homoeopathy can help up to some extent so u can consult a homeopath also for support.
For further information u can write me at
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Answered: Mon, 2 May 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Swati Ramkumar's  Response
Dear Rekha,
Elevated creatinine levels indicate Renal (kidney) pathology. The cause/underlying disease needs to be found and treated carefully in order to control the creatinine levels. Hence there are no specific medicines that can reduce the creatine levels perse. The treatment needs to be directed towards the kidneys. Homeopathy can help to a certain extent, the scope of which can be discussed after seeing the reports and the general condition of the patient. The constipation arising due to dietary restrictions can be tackled with homeopathy. As regards the diet it is important to follow the one mentioned by your dietician as the diet plays a crucial part in renal disorders.
Also what medicines does she take for Blood pressure and since how long has she been suffering?
Answered: Mon, 2 May 2011
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Hello Dr.Swati,

My mother is 63years old, she has been having these medicines for the past 10years. There has been other major issue with her health as such. We did quite a few blood tests in the last 2 months and everything was normal(except for this creatinine level). Will surely go see a homeopath doctor shortly, please let me know if you can refer someone in Bangalore.

Thanks in advance.


Answered: Tue, 3 May 2011
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