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Chroni uti's for almsot 2 years & thick bladder wall?
My daughter is 6 she has been having uti after uti. Always blood & pus & e-coli oranism over 10000. We are seeing a nephrologist & about to do urodynamic studies. Um not sure how to spell that. We have been seeing doctor after doctor. So far all specialist agree she is a mystery. The antibiotic aren't working. What does a thick bladder wall mean. Any one have any ideas of what can cause chronic uti's with blood & pus & e-coli organism????? I look to books & study on the internet. I try so hard. She also has lower back pain & fevers & she gets tired & she was little I noticed her skin color changed like she stoped glowing. We have changed soo much at home NO baths & soaps. Any help or anything . Thanks sooooo much. Best wishes
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