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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Suggest healthy food for a diabetic to improve one's health

Hello Doctor... My mother is about 55 years. She is Diabetes patient. During from a week... Now the Blood report shows the following : Haemoglobin 68% (9.6 gm), Total count (WBC) 18600, Neutrophills 77, ESR (first hour) 55, Blood Glucose (F) 136 and (PP) 178, Blood Urea 62, Serum creatinine 3.4, Widal Test: S Typhi O +ve 1:160 and S Typhi H +ve 1:80. Plz.. Help me Doctor What foods (veg/non-veg/fruits) are good for? And now what should i do in time?
Tue, 12 Feb 2019
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Hello welcome to the health care magic

Your total count high that can be because of kidney affection or infection.

Urea and creatinine level high in your case plus diabetes is postive

Hence renal nephropathy is the possibility

Blood pressure also should be checked

With medication blood pressure and diabetes should be controlled

Typhoid also positive.

Just now antibiotic course is needed and than regular blood pressure and diabetes medication should be prescribed

Take care

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