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US showed moderately dilated kidney. Is it dangerous?

Hi , I had done an ultrasound 3 weeks before , it s show my both kidney are moderate dilated... I have no pain or any other symptoms . I had to go to ultrasound only because of urine infection .. Is dilated kidney are dangerous ? What can cause that condition ? I m female and I m 23 years old... 16 months before I born a baby , during my pregnancy I had a lot of leukocyte in my urine , always I had to take an antibiotics ... After pregnancy my infection gone , but now few weeks before is again come back ... Also I have low eGFR for my age =47 ... Can I please tell me why that s happen if I m felling fine ... ? Thank you
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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You need series of tests like URINE COMPLETE ANALYSIS AND renal function tests.
Based on this, IVP OR CT SCAN MAY be necessary.
You need to meet a nephrologist/ urologist.
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Answered: Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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