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Hi - I had a Kidney Transplant 6 weeks ago from a cadaver. My Creatinine level is between 1.9 & 2.0 - Does this mean that Rejection of the Kidney is occurring? Would those levels be considered high ?
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Are you nephrologists keeping a close watch on your creatinine and BUN levels? Six weeks is not long, so be sure to stay in almost daily contact with your MD and transplant team and nurses.
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Thank you, actually finally came down to 1.7. Hope to have even better #'s eventually. Just paranoid at times . God willing this Kidney holds up for a very long time
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My husband's first renal transplant lasted 4 1/2 years, but the second one is still going strong after 16 years and he is doing great.
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Sorry, meant to say, I know what you mean and I hope your kidney lasts forever. The keep making the anti-rejection meds better and better.
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Thats a blessing 4-1/2 & now 16 years. That's why I'm trying to enjoy every minute of this blessed kidney. God willing with all of this high tech science they'll find a break through in where Dylassis  won't exist any more. God bless you & your husband
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Thank you elena 731, and may God bless you and your kidney with many, many years together.
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