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Nov 30, 2019 · Your gratitude changes because of organ failure... in Transplants
I am 1 year and 5 months post transplant. I have the occasions where I am in tears with gratitude. It comes upon me at times when I see emotional connections and wonderful beauty while scuba diving. I was very sick 😷 and am so very Blessed.
I am doing well. My kidney function is around 26 and fluctuates as does my
Creatinine. I found the article on weight gain helped a lot. I have gained about 7 pounds and don’t want to gain anymore. I realize it’s math. Food intake verses
exercise output. Also my hair is falling out. I’m taking biotin and using biotin
shampoo. I’m feeling more like myself every day. I’m working out at the gym
three days a week. This is helping me get my core strength back. I have my
4 month checkup in mid November.
Thank you for all your support.
I’m doing so much better. I had my transplant on July 23rd 2018 and feel very
Blessed. I have had ups and downs and even though it’s been 2 months an 2 weeks since my transplant- I still have days where I’m a little impatient.
I recently got over a bacterial infection deep in the tissue. It’s been a roller coaster. But I it’s all part of the path. I do give myself permission to take naps and I’ve hired a fitness coach to get some of my core strength back. I was very active up to three month before my transplant. Now my skin and muscles hang. I’m sure Gaining strength will help me. Thanks so much for your words