"I NEED INFO!!!!......ok i have been prone to UTI's for about 2 years, but last UTI was about 4 months ago and it lasted 4 weeks if not more, i took AZO for 3 weeks and cranberry supplements since, i was really worried but dont have healt..."
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I'm glad that I was able to help just a little. I hope that you will be able to get things under control and that doctors maybe able to help you. Not knowing what it is wears a person down by itself.
Both my wife and I have times of hypoglycemia, but only my wife has been confirmed of having diabetes. Uncontroled or poorly controled sugar levels can cause kidney damage. Also frequent infections do damage as often as I used to come down with kidney infections, I'm surprised that the kidneys are working as well as they are.
Please look after your health everything else is of lesser importance.
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