0 Real challenge of life after kidney collapsed. Posted by shahariar on September 25, 2013 at 8:21pm I m 39.I've two kids.Facing d real challenge of life after kidney collapsed.A kidney collapse person only feel.Comment here about d challenge you r facing after your disease. E-mail me when people leave their comments – Follow
I feel your pain Shahariar and my answer was the same. They are right in front of you! I would not let anything get in the way of surviving to see them grow to men and be with them. No price was to great and no ordeal to to unbearable to me. At 57, now I am facing it again, dialysis, work up testing, and hopefully a 2nd transplant. When God gives you gifts, you must cherish them. Let them be your will to endure all. Good luck!
I am a type 1 diabetic, since I turned 19. (I'm 53 now) I had just about every complication that you could name during that time (I lost vision in my left eye because of retinopathy, have developed extreme neuropathy in my legs, to the point that I'm in a wheelchair now) Finally, my kidneys failed in 2008. I had to go to dialysis three times a week. (Which totally sucked, I must say!) I have six brothers, and they were all tested to see if any of them could give me a kidney. They are all B's, and I am an A. Luckily for me, both of my sons are A's, and my husband is an O. My oldest son (He was 25 then) Drew, gave me his kidney. That was in 2010, and I am doing great! You have to keep your attitude positive, Shahariar! Sometimes things can seem pretty overwhelming, but you will make it through! You know your sweet kids are depending on you. You can do it! Sometimes the going can get really rough, but even though it seems dark now, it won;t be that way forever!