Hello, my daughter is a 33yr old that is always in hospital with pylonephritis (I think thats how it is spelt), shes always put on a cause of gentamiacin 320mg via a pick line, her problem is that she nor I have never been told what the cause is, she suffers from colicystitis, renal colic and calcium stones in both L&R kidneys. Last October she had a stroke that was put into a rehab unit in hospital, her left side was a 0 on the score card and now she is a 2 out of ten, has lost the hearing in her left ear and troble with swollowing, bad headaches, has only been able to talk for the past 4weeks but not clearly, she swears alot and never use to, she forgets things alot and has to learn to read and write,eat, walk ect, all over again. She has Epilepsy, Factor 5 blood clotting disorder, asthma on prednisolone for the past 29yrs (for the past 8yrs was on 100mg daily and since the stroke has been cut back to 10mg has been on this dose since she was 8yrs), she is a diabetic, ostioparosis, endometriosis, palvic inflamatory disease, has had quite afew DVT as well as TIA's, and has had 5 miscarriages all over 18weeks. Please can you help with any feash ideas as to what can be going on cos the frustrating part is that she gets treated by lots of different doctors and all her problems are treated seperately, my question is can all these be related and if so what could the problem be, shes a very strong young lady that has the rest of her life a head of her and I would like her to be able to live her life to the fullest. She was bitten by an Australian Brown Snake when she was 15, didnt wake for 8 days after the bite and after this is when her kideny problems started could this be why she is having problem or something else?
My daughter has been to hell and back and yet with every fight she has to put up in ICU, she will bounce back smiling she is very strong but I know she is getting to breaking point with the whole thing, your opionion would be greatly appreciated.
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I look forward to hearing from you.