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Kidney infection, cryptonium high, diabetes, kidney size increase, blood in urine. Advice and precaution?

hi selvin here my friend who is married and has a girl child aged 7 years, last 6 month my is suffering from the kidney disease he was appointed to KEM Hospital in mumbai doctor checked the blood test crytinium was high he has diabatis and slight blood pressure last 6 month doctors only gave medicine for diabatis and Blood pressure now his right kidney increase to 18 cm from 9 cm he feels the increase in size around his kidney bobble occurred and bleeding comes through urine when checked with other doctor he explained when the bubbles break bleeding will come thru urine please advice how the disease can be solved by getting in to normal size of kidney what all precaution to be taken in normal and family life will this affect the girl child, since his father too had the same disease and was in dialysis before his death
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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your friend is having polycystic kidney disease. dont worry her daughter will not get as it a autosomal dominant. surgery is the best treatment.
Answered: Wed, 30 May 2012
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