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How Long Does A Transplant Kidney Need to Begin to Work

How Long Does A Transplant Kidney Need to Begin to WorkHow long does a transplanted kidney take to begin to work? When kidney disease aggravates into kidney failure, patients may be recommended to do kidney transplant. Before doing this surgery, patients must want to know the time this new kidney takes to begin to work.

In fact, the time changes from case to case, because it depends on patients’ illness condition, whether this operation is successful, the matched degree of donated kidney, rejection reaction, and so on.

Kidney transplant is successful and rejection reaction is controlled well.

In this case, the transplanted kidney can usually begin to work only within several days, and patients can find their serum creatinine level reduces obviously. This mean this new kidney start to filter blood and remove waste products efficiently. In this case, patients only need to take medications as their doctors guide and follow a scientific diet plan and lifestyle. Then, they can live just like relatively normal people within several months, only taking anti-rejection medications.

The condition will be different, if patients suffer from rejection reaction.

Sometimes, rejection reactions occurs only within several minutes to hours after kidney transplant, so transplanted kidney needs to be removed. This condition is called hyperacute rejection. Acute rejection reaction often happens in 3 days to 6 months, while chronic rejection reaction occurs after six months. In these cases, transplanted kidneys fail to work.

If the primary cause of kidney disease is abnormal immune disorder, it may relapse in transplanted kidney again. For example, IgA Nephropathy, FSGS, Diabetic Nephropathy, and so on, all can cause this condition.

The outcome of kidney transplant is affected by many factors. If you want to more about this surgery or look for a best kidney disease hospital to treat your kidney problem, you can contact kidney doctors here through leaving a message below. We are glad to help you.

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