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Prescribed Divaa, Oleanz, ativan for aggressiveness. Kidneys affected leading to chronic state. Is it possible?

I admitted my mother a week ago, due to aggressiveness and the doctor suggested three pills 1) Divaa Tab 500mg 2) oleanz tab 10 mg and 3) ativan tab 2mg. within a day she was normal , but next day the doctor told us there is slight effect on kidney . and it may lead to chronic state , is it possible? because my mother hasn t reported any problem regarding kidney, or urine passing . i admitted her in a private hospital in ranchi (jharkhand).
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Thanks for the query.
The medications which you have mentioned do not cause kidney failure.
Does your mother have Diabetes or high blood pressure? We also need to review if she has taken any other medications.
She needs to see a nephrologist who can examine her and do further tests to determine if she has kidney problems and if so what is the cause and further appropriate management.
Hope this helps
Good luck,
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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