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69 years old women suffering from loose motion with diabetes and hypertension

Sir, my mother is aged 69 years, diabetic and hypertensive. she is suffering from loose motion for the past 10 days. i consulted an ayurvedic physician who gave some tablets. the tablets were effective for 4-5 days, but after that she is suffering from loose motion once again, though she is continuing the medicine. she did a urine routie today. the results are: color-normal, reaction-acidic, appearance-slightly cloudy, albumin--nil, sugar-0.5%, acetone-nil, pus cells-10-15 hpf, epithelial cells- (+), rbc-3-4hpf and bacteria-few. doctor , could u please tell me what might be wrong with my mother.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Apr 2011
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Hi Rajagopal, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
The urine routine test result of your Mother suggests Urinary Tract Infection, take her to a Urologist as she may need antibiotics. Since she has loose stools, better she gets a Urine and Stool culture done. She needs to exercise and take her Blood Sugar and Hypertension medications regularly.

Good Luck.
Answered: Mon, 4 Apr 2011
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