Celebrating Mother’s Day after Kidney Failure

2 thoughts on “Celebrating Mother’s Day after Kidney Failure”

  1. Congratulations on your recovery and adorable baby! My uncle had congenital kidney disease and four kidney transplants, so your story caught my eye. Medicine has come a long way since the 60’s, but kidney disease can still be scary! I’m so glad you are doing well.

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    1. Thank you so much Sarah! I am so sorry to hear about your Uncle. Kidney Disease is a very scary disease and I’m happy to hear that your Uncle was able to get a transplant. There is a shortage of donors today so getting a transplant is much more difficult. When I added my name to the list, I was told that the wait would be approximately 10 years! By the grace of God, my kidney functionality has vastly improved since then but in another 10 years, who knows what my story will be. I pray that I can live the rest of my life without dialysis or a transplant and thank you again for your well wishes.

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