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Severe stomach pains, Dr said she could die if kidney infection enters bloodstream. What's happening ?

My girlfriend has been having sever stomach pains for the past 4days. She went to the hospital and she said they told her that They are trying to avoid a kidney infection and that she could die if it enters her bloodstream. She didn t tell me much because she as in so much pain do I don t really know what s going on? Can anyone tell me whats happening? And a possible solution to the problem? That or something to alleveate the pain? I don t want her to die.
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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Thanks for posting your query. However, it is incomplete. I do not understand what the doctors mean by avoiding a kidney infection. It mostly seems like they want to prevent septicemia.

She requires aggressive treatment with potent antibiotics now. It is better for her to be hospitalized so that any severe infection can be taken care of.

She would not die; she will get well soon.

Take care.

Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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