Dear Sir, One of my metarnal uncle has been sick in kidney disorders. his gfr is high, creatinine , urea are also high.(about 3 to 4 times more than normal range)..now we want to go india for treatment ...
I am 48 female, feel healthy, always active,, but I do have a kidney stone, the other day I had this pain on my left thigh and could not step on my let, excruciating pain.. dr took xray, and gave two ...
Hi, I recently suffered kidney inflamation from infection. It was extremely painful. I was under antibiotics for 1 week. However, after 2 weeks, I m feeling the UTI is still there and my kidney is starting ...
people think. one .person told me that doctors say every human being have a small stone in thier kidney is it right ???? what is best for the safty of kidney.because kidney diseases dangrous and wiedlly spread ...
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Pyelonephritis is basically bacterial infection of the kidneys, it is treated by a nephrologist with IV antibiotics for a minimum of 7 to 15 days based on the severity of the infection and also culture report. Urine culture report tells us which organism is growing and which antibiotic it is sensitive to
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What is the treatment of kidney pain on both sides?
Thanks for your query. How do you know it is kidney pain, which is usually due to urinary infection or kidney stones? Both sided-back pain can also be due to spasm of back muscles or intestinal infection.
However, anti-spasmodic drugs, such as, Drotavarine or Diciclomine will relieve the kidneys pain. It is better to consult a doctor.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
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