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Have UTI and anal fissure with skin rashes. On amikacin injections. What can help?

Dear Doctor, I have UTI ans anal fisure and skin rash daily at different places on body and continuously on neck , the UTI is still with me more than a month, used cipro intially and Amikacin injections for 4 days and Nitrofurantoin for 20 days. still teh problem has not yet gone. fisure there is no pain but itching is there and rashes also please advice thank you
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Thank you for the query.

If you do not have pain when passing stool, fissure not so obvious as the main symptom of it is strong pain. Skin rashes and large intestines problem (rectum is a part of it) sound more like Crohn`s disease. Moreover hard treatable UTIs can be caused by rectum and urinary bladder fistula (can be due to Crohn disease). As you can see there is much more that should be diagnosed.
I suggest you to start with urine culture and if E.Coli or Bacteroides will be positive, colonoscopy should be performed.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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