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Dialysis patient having giddiness problem. Recovered from TB. Reports all normal

Hi sir my mom is a Dialysis patient. she is undergoing dialysis from last 14 months. it was okay for these days but suddenly she is becoming very week. two months ago she was admitted into the Hospital for the complaint of TB. she recovered soon but now she is complaining a problem of Giddiness with which she is very upset. her doctors are saying it will take time to recover. We have done all the tests and the reports are getting normal. Sir i just want to know y these giddiness is not going and when she will get out of it Please help me
Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Dizziness is a very common complaint in patients undergoing dialysis.
Its because of low Blood pressure if the dialysis machine removes excess fluid in the blood.
It will take time for the body to get adjusted to dialysis process and fluid loss.
If it persists, reporting the problem to the doctor is important as they can adjust the settings of the machine accordingly and so that it removes the right amount of fluid.
Kindly talk to the doctor about your concern.
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