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High fever in regular interval and UTI

My mother-in-law is suffering from high fever and UTI since last three-four days. She is 61. I'll be attaching lab reports of blood and urine. Till now she has been given
Canth 30 - 2 times a day
R18 drop three times a day

Intensity of fever has reduced. Now fever stays between 101-102F. Earlier it was between 103-104F. Fever comes generally two times a day. In the Morning between 12-1 PM and in the Evening between 5-6 PM. Fever comes with trembling.

Urine is now normal. Earlier it was scanty and dropsy and opaque. I'm very much worried about the recurrence of fever. Need Doc's advice. Please help.

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  anindya384 on 2018-12-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Normal pus cells in urine are 0-5. Your mom has very high pus cell count which is a bacterial infection. You need to go
To the doctor and get the correct antibiotic for the type of bacteria.

Homeopathic remedies do not do a good job on
uTI infections. That is because they can often give symptom relief- but
They are just covering over the infection which keeps increasing and
Gets harder to stop-

Get the antibiotics now and make sure she is drinking
Plenty of water to help flush this out.
 
simone717 9 months ago
GIVE SEPIA 30 FIVE DROPS THREE TIMES A DAY AND NAT MUR 6X,FIVE TABS THREE TIMES A DAY.

FEEDBACK AFTER 4 DAYS.
 
anuj srivastava 9 months ago

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