my baby girl is 17 months old, will be 18 months on christmas eve, she got H1N1 then they thought bronchial pneumonia, then they said bladder infection, now we are looking at kidney problems. her left kidney is bigger then her right one, and they cant tell on the ultrasound if she has two urine tubes or one, and she may have to have surgery to correct ths issue. Now shes got three appointments with three diferent specialist within a 2 and half week span starting the end of this month. she was on suprax, now shes taking sulfamethoxazole with trimeth, for 6 weeks. ive noticed by reading different health stories and web pages it is the left kidney more than the right for most, what is the differnce between the two and what might i be looking at..... i dont know what to htink or how to react.. please help me....Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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