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How Long Can Patients Live After Kidney Transplant

How Long Can Patients Live After Kidney TransplantAll Kidney Failure patients hope to regain a brand new life and get rid of their kidney disease forever after kidney transplant, but transplanted kidneys have life expectancy that may disappoint these patients. Well then, how long can patients live after kidney transplant?

How about the answer?

Generally speaking, the life span of transplanted kidney is about 5-10 years. However, the exact answer changes from person to person. According to clinical research, some patients’ transplanted kidney fails again only within several months or even several weeks, while fortunately, some other patients can live with transplanted kidneys more than 10 years. How different their fate is! Read on to find the reasons.

Why is the life span of transplanted kidney is different?

This is because kidney transplant isn’t an easy surgery that many factors determine its outcome. These factors are:

- The source of kidney: living or deceased

- The matching degree of donor and receptor

- Transplanted kidney’s health

- Primary kidney disease

- Consolidated treatment or control of complications

- Receptor’s diet plan and lifestyle

Because individuals with kidney failure have different medical condition with others, their life expectancy after kidney transplant varies from the person to person.

In view of this, whether kidney transplant is worth a try for these patients or not.

Since transplanted kidney has limited life span, young or too old people are not recommended to accept kidney transplant if they still have kidney function. For young people, they may need to do another kidney transplant surgery after several years, while for too old people, they may not want to bear the pain of this surgery. Well, for other patients, they can do this surgery with doctors’ guidance.

At present, some treatments such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Clear Blood Pollution Therapy have been used as the alternatives to kidney transplant. If you are interested about these treatments, you can contact us through emailing to We can help determine whether these treatments are suitable for you.

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