I have got swelling in feet and excess pain over last few days. I have breathing problem while walking. I also feel weakness since few days. Please help.
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CBC (complete blood count), urine R/E (routine examination) and C/S (culture and sensitivity), serum creatinine, serum electrolytes, prothrombin time (PT), serum total protein, serum albumin, chest x-ray P/A view (posteroanterior), ECG (electrocardiogram) and echocardiography. Get your BP and pulse checked.Differential diagnosis:
1. Nephrotic syndrome.
2. Cor pulmonale.
3. AGN - acute glomerulonephritis.
CCF - congestive cardiac failure.Treatment plan:
1. Tablet Furosemide (Lasix) 40 mg only at morning for five days.
2. Capsule Omeprazole 20 mg two times daily morning and night half an hour before meal for 10 days.
1. Do not take fluid more than one liter.
2. Do not eat any fruit or drink any fruit juice now and do not take extra salt or added salt with your food.
3. Now have vegetable and no meat or fish has to be taken.
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