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Medication for uric acid,constant back pain - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   iam.Dr.
Doctor :   May i help you now?
User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
User :   Doctor are you able to see my text
User :   I had liver abscess in Nov'09
Doctor :   yes very much
User :   the same was treaed
Doctor :   ]May i know your age
Doctor :   ?
Doctor :   Are you diabetic?
User :   then i had Taioraid
User :   Pls igonre spelling error
Doctor :   ok sure
User :   no i am not diabetic
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Do you smoke?
Doctor :   Do you consume alcohol?
User :   so i am tacking medice for thioride since 3months
User :   Yes i do
Doctor :   ok
User :   in my regular checkup Uric Acid was diagnosis 20days back
User :   so i am taking one pil everyday forUric Acid
Doctor :   were you operated then?
User :   CMRI
Doctor :   ok
User :   for Liver absces
Doctor :   was it amoebic liver abscess
Doctor :   was it drained then?
User :   and Uric acid The clinic
Doctor :   Were you put on antibiotics?
User :   no it was not drained
Doctor :   Do you have blood pressure?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did you have pain and fever then?
User :   No i dont have blood pressure
User :   no but i am having back pain since 5-7 days
Doctor :   Unlike other infections, antibiotics alone will not cure an abscess. In general, abscesses must open and drain to improve.
Doctor :   ok good
User :   Ohh but i dint wated to drain it
User :   i had antibiotics
User :   admited for 25days
User :   then everything was clear in CT Scan
Doctor :   ok
User :   so now i am having back pain
User :   full back pain
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have pain in the liver area?
User :   Its not muscular pain
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is it in the lower lumbar pain
User :   o its not lower lumbar pain
User :   Its not in lower lumbar pain
Doctor :   is it down your leg
User :   yes its in log too
User :   but not very highy
User :   Its mainly in full bak pain
Doctor :   may i know your age?
User :   30
User :   yr
Doctor :   do you have kidney stones
User :   no it was not dected
Doctor :   ok it can be due to that too
Doctor :   get an xray done
User :   ok
User :   then
Doctor :   do you take enough water
User :   yes i do
Doctor :   ok good
User :   you want me to visit the doctor
Doctor :   you do need any xray
Doctor :   anyway to rule out disc prolapse
Doctor :   and also renal stones
User :   bcz the pain is very highy and when i cant get up in morning bcz of pain
Doctor :   may i know your age?
User :   30yrs
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you work for long hours sitting
User :   its constaint pain all day and night
User :   yes i do
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have pain while urinating?
User :   no
Doctor :   ok
User :   Ok so i have to get xray done then i can talk to you again.. is it..?
Doctor :   so also you need to watch carefully your seat
Doctor :   in the office]
User :   Ohh ok
User :   it should be like..?
Doctor :   it should support your lumbar back
Doctor :   and you should take frequent breaks from seat
User :   Ohh before 7days back i was siting without support aleast for 5-6 days
Doctor :   stretch yourself properly etc
Doctor :   that will do alot
User :   ok
Doctor :   ok so please do get examined by a doctor
Doctor :   preferably ortho
User :   Gastro too..?
Doctor :   not now
User :   ok Thanks Dr.
User :   do you have any ortho dr who can visit me
Doctor :   thanks for consultation
User :   do you have any ortho dr who can visit me
User :   or i can visit him
Doctor :   you may visit your local dr
User :   ok
User :   Thanks
User :   can i disconnect now
Doctor :   yes sure
Doctor :   bye
Doctor :   Thanks..............
User :   bye thanks
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting...............
Doctor :   Bye for now...............
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