I am 6 1/2 years out from a successfull kidney transplant and have been great in 'isolating' or just going out at odd times. Neither my wife or I have had COVID. I am curious if any of 'us' (transplant patients) were unlucky enough to catch it and what happens?
Is it a prolonged 'flu-like' symptoms at home? Hospital? Are our Rx's adjusted? How long did it take to recover?
Just curious on any real world experiences? I sure can't find any on Google. Also, I was (past-tense) aprt of the JohnsHopkins study, but when they had be go for labwork and it took 2 1/2 hours door to door (delays at the not so close center) and they didn't test for anti-bodies, I bowed out. I was quite dissapointed - if they are not testing, then what good was it?
I've had 3 shots and based on prior anti-body tests, I had very low-levels of anti-bodies whih I suspect have been 'beaten up' by one of the anti-immune Rx's I take. That is an assumption.
Thanks & just curious. Still bathing with hand sanitizer and voluntarily restricting some movements which I don't see changing.