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Elevated creatinine levels and suffering from Dementia and Parkinson's - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hello
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   Can I ask you which field u r a specialist in?
Doctor :   i am a general practitioner
User :   ok..thank you
User :   My father is suffering from Dementia & Parkinsons
Doctor :   ok
User :   his age is 61yrs
User :   & the problem started in 1999
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Dependants: Yes/No
Doctor :   ok
User :   61yrs, MALE, xxxxx, xxxxx, Married
Doctor :   ok
User :   since then his condition has been permanently deteriorating
Doctor :   Does he have any other health problems? Diabetes, Hypertension, Asthma, Thyroid disease, Allergies?
Doctor :   ok
User :   Yes he has been suffering from Hypertension since 1992
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is he on medication for parkinson's now?
User :   Also he has Diabetes but under diet control, Improper Kidney Function i.e CREATININE 4.00, ESR 110,
User :   ALBUMIN IN urine = (++)
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   when were these investigations done?
Doctor :   is he on medication for parkinson's now?
User :   SYNCAPONE 150
Doctor :   ok
User :   investigations have been done in xxxxx & xxxxx bombay
Doctor :   wat about the investigations?
Doctor :   when?
User :   1999, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007
Doctor :   the most recent ones
Doctor :   the creatinine is elevated
User :   MRI brain in 2008 april
Doctor :   when was it done?
User :   creatinine - 4 days back
Doctor :   he needs to consult a neurophysician
Doctor :   creatinine indicates
Doctor :   renal function
Doctor :   increased levels indicate that he has to be evaluated and
Doctor :   drug doses may have to be changed
User :   if you can give me your email id, i can mail u his detailed medication right now
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Doctor :   please confirm your details
User :   yes
Doctor :   you should take
Doctor :   him to a neurophysician
Doctor :   does he have any other problem right now
User :   he is not able to walk without help, for everything he needs help
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   does he have a cough,cold or fever?
User :   so can you help us in anyway
User :   cold & running nose yes
Doctor :   we can only give you advice or refer to a hospital in bangalore
User :   which hospital & which doctor would you suggest
Doctor :   our email id is YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   we would only be able to refer in bangalore
Doctor :   as we are based in bangalore
User :   yeah right now we are in bangalore
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   can you specify your current residence?
User :   we don't have a house here, we had come for some work..., but we can go where ever u suggest, but it should be the best
Doctor :   ok
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