My name is Rick. I had Kidney donor surgery in Kingston, Ontario, Canada Nov. 2006. for my identical twin brother. I woke up from surgery to find my wife and brother standing beside my bed and found out they could not take my kidney. I was heart broken. I felt as though I failed and let him down. Three months later I was back to work and my brother got a kidney in June 2007. He is doing OK now. Then in the fall of 2007 I was told I had PSC. I got as yellow as a banana and itchy as crap for about a year. May 9th 2008 I got my first liver transplant at Toronto General. Home in 4 days. Then the liver failed (DVT, blood clot in main vein) and I was back in the hospital and received my second transplant on july 14th. I was in the hospital for 3 weeks before and 4 weeks after the second transplant. Not good at all. I was 168lbs before my first transplant and after my second one I was down to 117lbs. Back up to 165lbs now. A lot of complications from the antirejection drugs that did not happen after the first transplant. I'm doing pretty good now but still have a lot of side effects. I thank both my donors every day. O ya I also have had chrons since I was 15 years old. Has anyone else been told they shoud retire?