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I have been having issues with my kidney for 4 months and have had several infections and have been on 8 doses of antibiotics every 2 weeks yet this infection keeps recurring. They said there is a heavy amount of protein, leucocytes and nitrates and now traces of blood so have decided the next step will be to have a camera look into my bladder.

They have not told me what they are looking for or what reasons there could be for this? I had a scan 5 months ago before the infections started which showed a large cyst but the doctors say that wouldnt cause any issues as its harmless.

I am hoping its just a very nasty bacteria and eventually another type of anti biotics will clear it but if not what else could be causing it?

Thankyou.
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replied November 3rd, 2012
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"Suffering is a journey which has an end" Hi Walking Miracle. There is one thing that studies show that the kidney is lacking to function properly. It is a antioxidant and it is crucial in support the function of the liver and other organs.

Glutathione is a endogenous antioxidant that your body makes. All disorder & diseases start on a cellular level. Glutathione is the primary detoxifier in removing inflammation within the cell. By you increasing your glutathione levels, you will notice a difference in how you feel.

Without this, your kidney's or any other organ cannot function correctly.
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replied November 7th, 2012
Can i get this in a supplement? The doctors have now put me on Ciprofloxin 500mg three times a day so if that doesnt boot it nothing will. They said they cant find a bacteria in my urine, its just "contaminated" and "inflammation factors" so have referred me to a urologist in 2 weeks time.
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