About Me

Were you a member of our Forum on http://TransplantBuddies.com

No


Where did you hear about Transplant Friends?

Internet


Are You Male or Female?

Male


Share - which illness led up to you needing a transplant?

Nephritis


Which Organ(s) did you receive? If you are on the waiting list, please share.

Kidney transplant on 01/06/2015


Drugs, vitamins, favorite foods

Pan graph , cellcept, wysolone


How many years have you had your Transplant for?

3 months


I am Interested in Transplant Friends because...

I like to share my experience , and would like to be updated with real life experiences of others .m


Which Transplant Center has or will perform your life saving surgery?

Apollo hospital , Delhi, India


Share how your transplant experience changed your life?

Unexplainable , far better life, energetic, feels healthy , positive mind !


Share whatever information you want us to know about you

Keep up the good social work


Share your interests and hobbies

Enjoy the life


What Part of The World Do you Live? Feel free to share city, state, country

India , Delhi


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  • Hi manish
    I was transplanted 1year back my creatinine was well controlled between 1.0-1.2 for first three months but then CMV and UTI involved and it went all over the chart as high as 2.3 then after clearence of infection it setteled around 1.4-1.5 but again on 10-09-15 it went up to 1.69 reason came was +BK virus now medication have been changed lets see where it settles
    Yes DR GULERIA is my surgeon
    We can chat on whatts app as well my no is 9814002313
  • Thanks @kidneyboy & @hostess rise ,
    All good so far , creatinine is 1.59 latest but my Hb has gone down from 12.9 to 10.8, and platelates gone down from 1,66,000/- to 1,12,000/- , could there be any specific reason, I m drinking 8 litres of water a day, I can easily drink that much I hope that's not the problem !
  • Creatinine is affected by hydration (physical activity, illness, medications....) Think of the body as a vessel. When you are dehydrated (sweating,) the concentration of Creatinine in the blood is higher, when you are properly hydrated the Creatinine is "diluted" or lower.  This is why it is very important to maintain adequate hydration, especially when exercising or in hot weather.  It takes very little to affect your creatinine level, for this reason doctors use the reading to identify trends over weeks to judge kidney function, rather than one blood test.  Stay well!  

  • Hello Austin

    Welcome to Transplant Friends!  Congratulations on receiving your Tx and I hope you are well.

  • Welcome Austin to Transplant Friends!

    Thank you for joining us!

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