Well my father is going on 2 years with PD, recently was on HD for 12 years. Changed from HD to PD because of irregular heartbeats and was causing other heart problems. Just recently, about 3 months ago, he had part of his left leg amputated (specially from the shin down). Since then it has been a constant trip to the hospital these past couple of months. After his PD treatment, he has been in this state of confusion, low blood pressure, loss of hearing, cramping of hands and just basically incoherent. And its been a repeated process, we (as in my sister and I) find him in this state, call 911, they hook him to an iv and transfer him to the nearest hospital, they take multiple blood samples (Cultures come back with no signs of infections), xrays and ct scans show nothing irregular. They release him a couple days later and it just repeats itself all over again. It has been very frustrating with no answers, and after doing some research, it may seem he is either severely dehydrated and pulling out to much fluid or there is a lack of protein in his diet. A little background on his test results: Prothrombin Time (PT INR) - 2.8, Albumin 3.3 g/dl, glucose 144 g/dl. I am not to familiar with his solution intake for PD, but i know they are colored coded, and he is doing 2 yellow bag solutions and 1 green bag. He does use the cycler more frequent than manually. Any ideas on what it might be?