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Has chronic glomuerlonephritis, chronic renal failure 2nd stage, secondary anemia, hypertensive. Medicine to lower creatinine ?

Hello. My mother has a serious problems with her kidney. She has a chronic glomuerlonephritis. Chronic renal failure 2nd stage. Secondary anemia , type of hypertension. Her creatinine is 720. She is 53 and her problem is about 5 years. I need to know a medicine that will lower her creatinine. Currently she is using Ketosteril maybe you know other medicine which will not allow her to reach dialysis . Thank you, AAAAA
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query.
Unfortunately there is no one medication which will bring the creatinine down for chronic glomerulonephritis which has been on going for 5 years.
However following measures may help in preventing rapid progression of the disease:
1) Protein restriction in diet:need to see a dietician
2) Strict blood pressure and blood sugar control (if the pt is diabetic)
3) Control of blood cholestrol.
4) Quit smoking/ use of tobacco.

Hope this helps
good luck.
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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