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Child has recurring UTI, kidney infection currently with fishy smelling urine, constipation. Any suggestions?

my daughter is 8 she has reoccuring UTI and now has a kidney infection she has a very strong fish smell in her urine as well as she does not poop, we have been dealing with this for about 5-6 years. any suggestions. we have been to a urologist several time and done all the tests biofeed back, urodynamics and so on. my fear is that there is something else wrong with the Urinary tracy as weel as well as there has to be a reason why she is not having any bowel movements. please help
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Recurrent UTI-one has to rule out conditions like vesico ureteric reflux ,congenital Kidney and ureter anomalies by appropriate tests like MCUG ultrasound kidneys etc which might have been done by your urologist.
By now she must be on some antibiotic prophylaxis in view of recurrent UTI and now pyelonephritis.Is she otherwise normal neurologically?In girls local hygiene especially after passing tools is very important.foburination she can try double voiding technique (after passing urine once agin she must try to strain and pass urine to completelybdrain the bladder),plenty of water and oral fluids.For costipation,give her high fibre diet,prunes,fruits and again plentyof water and try these!
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