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After Kidney Transplant My FSGS Recurrence What should I Do

2015-11-30 16:12

After Kidney Transplant My FSGS Recurrence What should Patient DoActually, kidney transplant is one of the best ways to solve the kidney problem, but the patient may face kidney failure again. So the original disease will recurrence with the kidney goes failure again. Then once FSGS recurrence after kidney transplant what should patient do ?

Related information about kidney transplant

A kidney transplant is a surgery to place a healthy kidney into a person with kidney failure. One donated kidney is needed to replace the work previously done by your kidneys.

The healthy kidney is transported in cool salt water (saline) that preserves the organ for up to 48 hours. This gives the health care providers time to perform tests to ensure that the donor's and recipient's blood and tissue match.


Specific risks related to this procedure include:

Blood clots (deep venous thrombosis)

Heart attack or stroke

Wound infections

Side effects from medicines used to prevent transplant rejection


Almost everyone feels that they have a better quality of life after the transplant.

People who receive a transplanted kidney may reject the new organ. This means that their immune system sees the new kidney as a foreign substance and tries to destroy it.

In order to avoid rejection, almost all kidney transplant recipients must take medicines that suppress their immune response for the rest of their life. This is called immunosuppressive therapy. Although the treatment helps prevent organ rejection, it also puts patients at a higher risk for infection and cancer. If you take this medicine, you need to be screened for cancer. The medicines may also cause high blood pressure and high cholesterol and increase the risk for diabetes.

What should patient do if the transplant kidney goes failure ?

you may need to face dialysis again before you take another transplant or choose some Chinese Medicines to help you protect the kidney function from further decline. If you need any help in treating it, you can consult our online doctor or leave message to us, we will try our best to help you.

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