Lowering Creatinine?

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Creatine levels that are too high can be a symptom of kidney failure. With very high levels of creatinine, your doctor may prescribe medication or treatments to get your levels into the normal range. There are some things you can do in order to help lower your creatinine levels yourself. You can do this by reducing the amount of meat and protein you are consuming. Another possible way to lower the creatinine levels is by limiting physical activities.
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1. Taper the amount of creatine supplements you take until you are taking none. This should return your creatinine levels to normal. Creatinine is eliminated through the urine, so
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creatinine is produced by body from proteins in your muscles. so if you are muscular, your creatinine will be on higher side of normal. however, repeating the test would help. if
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Hi Chas, Thanks for asking my opinion on "Allexperts" I am presuming that you have chronic glomerulonephritis and that a kidney biopsy was not done. Drinking lots of water
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Creatinine Test
Creatine is an important compound produced by the body. It combines with phosphorus to make a high-energy phosphate compound in the body. Creatine phosphate is used in skeletal muscle contraction. More »
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