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Have UTI, heavy menstural bleeding, low Hb level. Tired, body pain. On levoflaxacin, blood transfusion done. Suggestions?

my mother, 48y, with CKD-5, was having heavy menstrual bleeding and got UTI and her Hb level came down to 4.9, and creatinine/urea to 7.0/162. So, first she had blood-transfusion with 2 units of blood and levofloxacin treatment for UTI. But, now she is feeling very tired, unable to walk, with pain all-over body. 2 months ago her Hb was 6.5 and creatinine/urea= 4.0/72. Please tell what to do. Doctor treating her at Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi are not giving her haemodialysis. Please help...
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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welcome to health care magic
yes dear heamodialysis cant be done...please let me know the current Hb and urea creatinine reports so that exact position can be known and best recommendation can be given..
safdarjung has best faculty so do keep faith on need to worry.
please mail me the scan copy of reports at
Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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