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What Is The Life Expectancy Of New Kidney

2015-03-08 06:36

What Is The Life Expectancy Of New KidneyKidney transplant patients are very carious about their new kidney’s life span. The average life span is 10 to 15 years. New kidney won’t last forever. And the life span of transplanted kidney varies a lot. Please read through the article to know what factors affect the life expectancy of transplanted kidney?

Doctors can never tell for sure how long it will last. Some will say 8-12 years is the average, but it is not uncommon to hear of people who have had theirs for 20 years. As long as you take your medications correctly and keep up with any appointments, then you will have a better chance of it living longer.

New kidney will start to fail at some point but bodies are different and each person receives a different kidney which will work differently so estimating transplanted kidney life span I’d imagine would be hard. But do not think about that too much, enjoy what you have and the freedom and make the most of it. And most importantly take your medications correctly.

Besides, the way for looking for a matched kidney is full of difficulties. We can see transplanted kidney is also not an ideal therapy for kidney disease. Well, is there any better remedy for kidney disease?

Yes, there are alternative remedies for repairing injured kidneys and improving renal function so as to help people avoid kidney transplant. The remedies include 4M (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Medical Soup and Mai Kang Mixture), Circle Therapy, Acupuncture and Cupping Therapy, etc. If you want to learn more information about these therapies, you can leave a message below or email to kidneycares@hotmail.com. We will reply you as soon as possible.

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