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Diabetic, having urinary disorder. What medicines to take? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 05-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good morning
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:Good morning. My name is XXXXXXX
User:Did we talk yesterday night about my wife urinary disorder
User:she is diabetic
Doctor:Oh yes, I remember. Yes, we did
User:We left for native in morning..
User:and we are currently travelling
User:could you please type the names of medicines which you said in night
Doctor:She could take syrup. Citralka
Doctor:2 teaspoons in half a glass of water thrice daily
Doctor:for next 3 days
Doctor:The antibiotics may include Oflox- TZ or Ciplox
Doctor:These are prescription drugs
Doctor:Please get it prescribed by a doctor
User:there is burning and urine frequency is normal. But urine qty is very less..
User:and there is pain
Doctor:She needs to take more fluids orally then
Doctor:At least one liter in 2 hours and flush the urine out
User:okay. so those medicines u mentioned i should take?
Doctor:You should consult a doctor and get it prescribed before you take it
Doctor:Do not take it on your own
User:now there is only pain and burning..
Doctor:She can take Syrup Citralka for this
User:i was thinking to avoid antibiotics?
Doctor:As I said
Doctor:Yes, it is better to avoid antibiotics
Doctor:Try citralka for a few days
Doctor:and plenty of water
Doctor:She should get better with this
User:okay..only citralka then?
Doctor:and fluids
User:how much of citralka and how much qty?
User:i mean frequency
User:2 teaspoons in half a glass of water thrice daily
Doctor:2 teaspoonsful in half glass of water thrice daily for next 3 days
Doctor:That is right
User:Thanks a lot for ur help
Doctor:Pleasure is mine
Doctor:Take care
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