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Pain in kidney area, WBC count low, swollen tongue. History of kidney stones. Stent inserted. Help?

I have a history of kidney stones was just hospitalized because i have an 8cm stone they inserted a stent to give me some relief. I have been in the bed for (3) days with severe pain. at the hospital they told me my white blood count was low....My PCP dr called me yesterday because i had lab work done in his office last week and said that i have a staph infection in my kidneys. I havent been able to eat the pain is so severe I am swelling my tongue is swollen & my mouth is breaking out with ulcers ....I feel like the dr s here are not on the ball...HELP
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Your low white blood count suggests low immunity.So,you had Staphylococci infection.
You might have given Antibiotics and Pain killers.Bacause of them,there are mouth ulcers with Swollen tongue.
You should add B.Complex capsule with Anti oxidants.It will cure the mouth problem.
Regarding kidney stone,you didn't mention whether they were fragmented with shock waves(ESWL) or not?
Please take appropriate antibiotic for kidney infection so that all of your symptoms will be relieved
Wish you good health
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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