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ginger403 posted:
Ok guys I need some help my niece has been having a problem with her kidneys she is 6yrs old and about a month ago she started complaining about her lower abdomin hurting her mom took her to the doctor and they said she had blood in her urine so they said she had a kidney infection..Well they put her on antibiotics and it didn't clear up she is still losing blood through her urine and is keeping a low grade fever and they said its def in her kidneys but they don't know what she is scheduled for a ct scan and going to see a specialist but I was wondering if anyone had heard of or had similiar problems? If you have would you please let me know what happenedn

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Lainey_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Ginger403,

I am sorry about your niece and hope she feels better soon. WebMD has a symptom checker that might help. Also, WebMD has some information about kidney infections . I hope this help, please let me know if you need more help and keep us updated.

Take care,

Lainey


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