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What Other Visitors Have Said
The following articles were written by other visitors to this page... You can comment on (or rate) any article below ...or you can write your own.
Should Your Adult Child Be Your Kidney Donor?
I am a 69 year old female who has been on peritoneal dialysis for five years. When I found out that I was ESRD at level 4, my nephrologist went ahead and …
Stage 3 CKD
I have Stage 3 chronic kidney disease (CKD) and don't know what to do. I've been diagnosed by a nephrologist with high levels of protein (2400 mg in 24 …
Looking for Peer Support - Chronic Kidney Disease
I am looking for peer support from people who have chronic kidney disease. Last year I was diagnosed with diabetes type 2 and high blood pressure. …
My Kidney Story
I was only two (2) years old when my kidneys failed and I was treated with prednisolone (used to treat inflammatory and auto immune conditions) for twelve …
Intermittent Fasting Not rated yet
I had a kidney removed 19 months ago due to a benign tumour. At first I happily lost 15 pounds because I just did not have my normal sweet tooth. Unfortunately …
Kidney Stones / Stents Not rated yet
I was rushed to A&E on New Year's Eve with severe pain and was diagnosed with a 0.6 mm stone in my left Ureter. I also had a temperature of 39.2 so I was …
Stent Through Y Junction Ureter Not rated yet
I have a Y junction ureter. I had a stone blasted with ESWL and a stent was placed through the Y junction to aid in passing the stone fragments. The …
Kidney Stones Removal in Mexico Not rated yet
Kidney Stones Removal is a non-surgical procedure to treat kidney stones, gallbladder stones, or stones found in the urinary bladder or ureters and even …
My Third Stent Not rated yet
In November 2015 I had a cyst removed from my ovary. The cyst was huge and extended from my right ovary onto my left side. My ureteral tube was tangled …
Dave's Battle with End Stage Renal Disease Not rated yet
Dave Monteiro is the father of a beautiful teenage daughter named Jasmine. Dave has raised Jasmine alone since she was a little girl. As a single parent, …