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No clotting of blood after cutting lips. Test shows high creatinine level, black kidneys, low WBC count. Treatment?

Dear Doctor, one of my Brothers has suffering from blood disses. When he was 6 month old his blood can`t stop, if he hurts. 3 year and 2 months he was in treatment & recover. That time we were thought. But 2 days before, he was cut his lips & blood can`t stop, after 2 hours its stop bleeding . He had alots of pain, then he took painkiller tablet to recover, but he got sick. We send him to a doctor. That doctor gives him some tests. The result was like this, criatinin level is 270, his both kidney is become black, and his white blood level is in 9. Now he is 17 year old. Now what can we do?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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You probably have a rare disease in which your platelet count number is normal but have abnormal platelet function. You also need tests to check if you have any problems involving clotting factors in your blood.

*** PLEASE DO NOT GET KIDNEY BIOPSY WITHOUT PROPER CHECK UP FOR BLEEDING PROBLEM. ELSE YOU CAN BLEED A LOT AFTER KIDNEY BIOPSY***

You need to meet a kidney doctor at the earliest.
Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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