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Is Travel Recommended For Patients With Kidney Transplant

Is Travel Recommended For Patients With Kidney TransplantCan kidney transplant patients have travel? Once a kidney disease patient does kidney transplant, there will be many precautions for him or her to bear in mind. In other words, daily activity will be affected after transplant. What’s about travel?

Travel within the first two or three months after kidney transplant is not recommended. You may have travel plans 3 months after your kidney transplant. Of course, if you have some complications after the transplant, this may be delayed.

When you have a travel, there are still many precautions you should bear in mind.

1. Drink plenty of water

It is important for kidney transplanted patients to avoid dehydration. Drink plenty of water especially boiled water is even better.

2. Do not swimming in stagnant water

Kidney transplant patients are prone to get bacteria or infected. When you go to travel, do not swim in stagnant waters. Otherwise, you might get bacteria or infection in your surgery that might make you very sick.

3. Avoid sun exposure

When sun rays are the strongest, you must avoid sun exposure. You can use sunscreens and wear sunglasses to protect yourself.

4. Avoid mosquito

Mosquitos can carry some bacteria or viruses to you. It may cause your surgery infected again which is bad for your recovery. So avoid areas where there are mosquitoes.

After two or three months after kidney transplant, travel is allowed as long as you have no serious complications. But the above precautions when on travel should be taken seriously. We cannot list all you need to notice. If you have any doubts or questions, just feel free to ask our online doctors or email us to chinakidneytherapy@gmail.com. We will reply you within 48 hours.

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