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Kidney disease can be treated by Lisinopril, Klor-con m20, Furosemide, Lasix, Prednisone (latest reports from 139 Kidney disease patients)
Ureteritis (inflammation of the ureter) (latest reports from 70 Ureteritis patients).
On Sep, 28, 2016
No report is found.
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Born 2008. Got diagnosed with ITP when she was Two years old. Female and starting to show start off puberty. Breasts started to develop a couple of months ago. Blood platelet count always around 10,000-20,000. Had a stomach hemorrhage 3 years ago, no other severe cases of bleeding. Occasionally ...
anybody use anything else that helped lower their creatine levels, ? or increased their kidney functions? I think my use of these meds,has cause broken eye blood vessels and very dark circles under my eyes.
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