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Urine analysis showed traces of protein and epithelial cells, kidney not working. Why?

in complete urine analysis traces of protein 2+ and epithelial cells in large nos were noted, The patient is diabetic for last 20 yrs and had icd implanted 2 months back. Medicines taken are ecosprin 20mg, revulant 1 gm, cardace 2.5 mg,glucornorm G1,nikoran(5mg), dytor 20mg( for cardio) she was also prescibed bazucin and uriplas for last 21 days due to pus cells noted in her urine. The patient has left kidney and right kidney is not working. Please advise what should be done- may water consupmtion was less due to water retention in the past.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
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From what you have narrated it looks that your Rt kidney is not functioning and you are a diabetic patient since 20 have not mentioned whether your diabetes is under control or not? Have you checked your blood sugar level regularly The presence of protein and epithelial cells in urine are suggestive that you have developed Diabetic Nephropathy and may land in to chronic Renal failure So Pl consult Nephrologist for proper management .
Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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