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Have pelvic pain due to cyst. Done lab tests. Red and white blotches on arm, no itching

Was in ER last night w/ pelvic pain . A 4 cm cyst was found, but the dr. was also concerned with lab results. Creatinine was 1.88, GFR 34, Neut, Abs 7.1, WBC 11.7. Urine test had ketones at =80 (3+), however, I stay away from all sugar and starch , therefore have a low carb diet, and ketosis is expected and normal I m told. As of today, have red and white blotches on arm, non-itchy. Feel like I ve been drugged. Supposed to follow up with primary care dr on Monday for re-test, but wondering why I could be having these issues. Glucose was 90, BP 120/76.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Hi, You have got pelvic pain and a cyst of 4 cm, Leaving aside the blood work, try to have symptomatic relief, and harmone treatment, then you can get treatment for the change in blood work.
I also advise you to have treatment for urine infection, I prefer to give cifixime, anti spasmodics, etc for primary care, thank you.
Answered: Sat, 1 Jun 2013
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