I've known for 17 yrs. I have incurable PKD. I was told I'd die of an MI or stroke first. Now, I'm 68 approaching ESRD and learning (privately) that the longer I'm on PD (esp. NOT HD), the shorter life of any cadaver KTx will be! With B+ blood, I am looking at age 72 min. before I'm likely to receive any KTx. I'm not looking to jump ahead in line; I'm just looking realistically at what quality of life might be, given a society likely to bail on Medicare (2026} and/or Social Security, my two primary sources of support. Insights welcome... BTW: I'm being pressured to start PD but lacking any serious symptoms of uremia. My worst symptoms are related to carrying #40-#50 of excess kidney weight whenever I'm prone!