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My 3 year old little girl has slightly larger kidney

My 3 year old little girl has slightly larger kidney than the other and has caused a couple of complications in the past. She is suffering with bloating bellyache and diorreha also she has been sick but it smells of rotten egg is that anything to be concerned about?
Mon, 14 May 2018
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