Yes see a nephrologist doc- or maybe urologist! It may be a simple fix of something you're doing or it could be a warning sign. I ignored recurrent uti's for years and wish I could turn back time. Good Luck, Kathy Post-Kidney Transplant 2013
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Aug 10, 2011 · hey, saw you on here posting a reply. May I ask what in Just Want to Talk
Sure, it’s polycystic kidney disease. Its a disorder in which clusters of cysts develop primarily within your kidneys. The cysts are numerous and fluid-filled, resulting in massive enlargement of the kidneys. It can also damage the liver, pancreas and, in some rare cases, the heart and brain. The two major forms of polycystic kidney disease are distinguished by their patterns of inheritance. The Mayo clinic website has a good explination of what it is.
Are you seeing a doc @ Mayo?
Yes. Call them.Appointment Office 507-538-3270 Minnesota
I can tell you Mayo dont quit, they (my experience) try to reverse it, and if that doesnt work, they attack at all angles aggressivley to get to the root of the problem. It is expensive, my co=pay for each visit is 20% and its over $2k —