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Swelling in the feet, feeling drowsy. Diagnosed with sleep disorder. Fever with urinary infection. Need a permanent cure

There is a problem doctor. I am getting swelling in my feet from past two months..drowsiness is there..and also earlier a sleeping syndrome was was a disorder..then i developed an urine infection due to which i had fever 103 degrees and later it stayed for a week..i was asked to get admitted though i did for only a day. i still have fever very frequently almost every second week and it stays for quite a few days.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Hi, I need to know your age and gender. In young females, urinary infection can be common and if confined to bladder, can be treated with a course of antibiotics. In males, often there is an underlying functional or structural cause that needs to be evaluated and treated. Repeated infections can be due to inadequate treatment, treatment with improper antibiotics, an underlying structural cause (like blocked tubes etc), urinary stones, prostate problems (in males) and so on. Get evaluated by a urologist. Feet swelling may or may not be related to the infections. take care.
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