Get the advised investigations AT THE EARLIEST
Thanks for your query.
From the information provided, the possibilities are :-
* Liver + gall bladder
* A genetic condition called Glycogen storage disease- characterized by low blood sugar
, enlarged liver, slow growth, delayed puberty
, mouth ulcers and recurrent infection.
* Congenital deficiency of Liver enzyme leading to abnormal bilirubin metabolism
(called Rotor Syndrome
* Disease of Pancreas
* Prolonged dieting or starvation
You should therefore not waste any more time. Get yourself some tests AT THE EARLIEST :- ultrasound of the whole abdomen, Blood uric acid, Lipid Profile
, Blood porphyrins, Peripheral Blood smear analysis, Liver function tests, Serum amylase for pancreatic disease; and, Urine culture with sensitivity test for recurrent UTI.
As far as your recurrent UTI is concerned, it may be due to :-
** Inadequate or inappropriate treatment of UTI in the past. Get a urine culture done which will identity the causative organism and also antibiotics which will be most effective in curing UTI. Take treatment TILL THE URINE EXAMINATION SHOWS NO BACTERIA. Usually, at least 10-15 days treatment should be taken for UTI, even if you feel all right in a few days' time.
** Stone(s) in the urine bladder or kidneys.
DO NOT WASTE TIME NOW. GET ALL TESTS AS ADVISED BEFORE IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE TO THE BODY TAKES PLACE.
Consult your doctor and apprise him of my opinion. I am certain that he will agree with my opinion; order required tests, and- based on the reports- will arrive at a certain diagnosis and prescribe suitable treatment as advised.
Hope I have addressed to your concerns to your complete satisfaction and you find my response helpful and informative. I will be happy to answer further queries, if any.
Fond regards and have a nice day,
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal