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Can PKD Affect Creatinine Levels Post Transplant

Can PKD Affect Creatinine Levels Post TransplantPolycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) is one leading cause of end stage kidney disease in some regions. Then, some patients choose to accept kidney transplant, but may suffer from elevation of creatinine level later. Will PKD affect serum creatinine levels post kidney transplant?

The answer is complex, because it varies from case to case.

Polycystic Kidney Disease results from autosomal inheritance. Therefore, if the kidney donor doesn’t have this disease, the kidney recipient won’t be faced by the relapse of PKD. That’s to say, PKD can’t affect creatinine levels post transplant unless the donor also has Polycystic Kidney Disease.

Compared with PKD gene in transplanted kidney, kidney rejection is more common to affect creatinine levels. Although the survival rate of kidney transplant has increased largely with the development of modern medicine, rejection is still one biggest risk for kidney transplant patients. Some patients suffer from rejection just after the operation, some patients have it in several months, and some other patients experience it within several years. Once the body’s immune system attacks the transplanted kidney, kidney may fail to work again easily. Then, serum creatinine level rises spontaneously.

If you are one PKD patients and have accepted one kidney transplant, you must not want to do another kidney transplant. As long as you have a chance to protect your kidneys, I believe you are willing to try it. Please, don’t worry! Many nephrologists in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital would like to help you as much as they can. Leave your question or problem to, so they can help you timely.

In China, doctors prefer to use home remedies, Medicated Bath and externally applied Chinese medicine to lower patients’ high creatinine level. These treatments won’t cause any side effect, so more and more patients want to use them. Hopefully, these methods are also helpful for you.

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