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Should I go to Mayo? Chronic Kidney Disease

Kidney & Bladder | Last Active: Aug 28, 2020 | Replies (14)

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@cmael

I can’t say enough good things about Mayo. I had a kidney transplant two years ago in April. My daughter was the donor. My GFR was about 13 at the time. I was 75 and thought my age may be a factor. They weren’t concerned as long as my several tests… stress echocardiogram, aortic artery ultrasound, blood work and more were not showing any problems. Everything went good with the surgery after a bit of an adjustment in my immunosuppressants. The nurses on the transplant floor are the nicest people we’ve ever met. My daughter had a great experience, too. Mayo is so efficient and the communication between departments is awesome and I believe they do a good job at keeping the costs down.

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I am glad you and your daughter are doing well. Thank you.

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