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How Long to Live after Kidney Transplant

How Long to Live after Kidney TransplantKidney transplant is refers to surgery in which a healthy kidney is put patients’ body to replace failed kidneys to function. Kidney transplant is regarded as the best treatment option by many kidney failure patients, because they have chance to live a normal life again after surgery. Will does this mean kidney transplant is a perfect solution? How long to live after kidney transplant?

Kidney transplant is not a perfect solution, because it is risky:

1. Rejection

After kidney transplant, we need to take immunosuppressive agents for the rest of our life, if the rejection is mild. However, if rejection is too severe, surgery is to be done to take transplanted kidney out of the body immediately.

2. Increased risk for infection

Immunosuppressive agents inhibits rejection by impairing immune system. This will increase risk for various infection.

3. Potential for a blood transfusion due to blood loss in the operation

This is not so common, but this condition exists.

4. Failure of the donated kidney

Some kidney diseases like FSGS and IgA Nephropathy come back easily after kidney transplant. T

How long to live after kidney transplant?

Life span for people with kidney transplant differs from case to case. In some cases, receptor only live one or two years, but in some other cases, receptor can live as long as 10 years. According to clinical statistic, general life span for a transplanted kidney is 7 years. That is to say we may face second kidney failure after we do kidney transplant for 7 years.

Kidney transplant is an option to help kidney failure patients lead a normal life, but it does not mean it is the best solution and also it does not mean it is the only solution. Nowadays, due to unhealthy living styles and eat habits, more and more people are affected by kidney failure. So there are so many people on waiting list. It is not easy to find a matched kidney and also many patients have not enough time to find a matched kidney. In such a case, alternative treatment-Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can be applied to strengthen damaged kidney. This is a herbal treatment and so far has been successfully used to treat kidney disease patients from around 100 countries. If you are interested in this treatment, you can leave us message below or contact online doctor to get more details.

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