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Kidney problem, varying blood sugar, paralysis

I have a queries regarding my father. My father is 58 year old and now days he is suffering from kidney problem, he also have blood sugar and had paralyses attack (right side), now days he has going through problem in which he has sugar down and up very frequently. Kindly suggest to whom we should consulate and in what time. We are resident of dehradun so we can make necessary arrangement for visit. reply ASAP.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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HELLO
THANKS FOR POSTING YOUR QUERY
YOUR FATHER IS DIABETIC.DIABETIC PATIENTS ARE AT HIGHEST RISK OF ACQUIRING INFECTIONS.KINDLY GET HIS FASTING AND POSTPRANDIAL SUGAR LEVEL DONE .HE HAS TO FOLLOW DIABETIC DIET AND SHOULD DO REGULAR EXERCISES.ALSO GET HIS ABDOMINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY AND URINE ROUTINE,MICROSCOPY.CONSULT PHYSICIAN FOR DETAILED CLINICAL EXAMINATION AND TREATMENT.
I HOPE I HAVE ANSWERED YOUR QUERY.I WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR FURTHER QUERIES IF ANY.
REGARDS.
Answered: Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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