A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure that’s done to treat kidney failure. A new healthy kidney is replaced with the non working kidney.
Some people with kidney failure may be able to have a kidney transplant. During transplant surgery a healthy kidney from a donor is placed into your body. The new donated kidney does the work that your two kidneys used to do.
The donated kidney can come from someone you don’t know who has recently died (deceased donor) or from a living person—a relative, spouse, or a friend. Due to the shortage of kidneys, patients on the waiting list for a deceased donor kidney may wait many years.
A kidney transplant is a treatment for kidney failure. it’s not a cure. You will need to take medicines every day to make sure your immune system doesn't reject the new kidney. You will also need to see your health care provider regularly.
Many different symptoms can occur during kidney failure. Usually someone with kidney failure will have a few symptoms of the disease, though sometimes none are present. Possible symptoms include:
When the kidneys stop working, renal failure occurs. If this renal failure continues (chronically), end-stage renal disease results with accumulation of toxic waste products in the body. In this case either dialysis or transplantation is required.
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