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Posted by: Anonymous | 2008/10/10

Blader infection

My fiance is a quadraplegic and really suffers from alot of blader infections. At this stage we' ve been to several urologist for a second opinion but it does' nt seem to solve the problem and evryone has their own opinion of what to do. He uses a permanent catheter and according to Drs that may be the problem? Oral medication is not strong enough so they need to hospitalise him every time. Is there something else that we need to do?

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He can use a profilactic antibiotic on a daily basis, i.e. Bactrem, which is used to treat a wide variety of infections, including urinary tract infections or he can have a sphingterotomy done. After this procedure, he will have to use a condom catheter, instead of an indwelling catheter.

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