Diabetes mellitus urine acidity

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Avatar f tn The most common causes of repeated UTIs are kidney stones and diabetes mellitus. Women who are sexually active, who use diaphragms for birth control, and/or are past menopause are at an increased risk for urinary tract infections. Making a diagnosis of a urinary tract infection includes performing a urinalysis test, which checks for the presence of pus, white blood cells, and bacteria in the urine, which point to a urinary tract infection.
1916673 tn?1420236870 Low sodium levels are also common with prolonged vomiting and/or diarrhea. Addison’s disease, poorly controlled diabetes mellitus, diuretics including furosemide and liver disease are also likely to reduce sodium levels to below normal. T4 (1.0 - 4.7 ug/dL) T4 is one of two major hormones produced by the thyroid gland. The T4 test is one of several that can help identify hypothyroidism, which involves an under-active thyroid gland in dogs.
Avatar n tn The antiobiotics only help for about 2 months then back to the same stuff So if you have a history of diabetes mellitus; liver disease; history of stroke; history of cancer; or bed sores your more likely for the bacteria Strep B to show itself because those things mainly effect immune system. Basically all you can do is manage life and try to treat the symptoms but because its a bacteria theres not much you can do :/ it really *****.
Avatar n tn First I had the condition for about 3 months and have managed to miminize it to a point where it’s much less of a problem then it was when it started. Of course it could come back. 1. Facts – I’m 61 no high blood pressure, no diabetes, not overweight and never any serious sinus problems. 2. Clues: - I would get an attack at almost the same time every day. Mid afternoon at work and watching TV in the evening.