Transplantaversary.

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Richard
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Joined: Fri Dec 21, 2007 1:10 pm
Location: Lincolnshire.

Transplantaversary.

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7 years ago today I received my new kidney.

Since then I have got back to health, got a degree, got a full time job and started part time teaching at the same place I studied.

Long may it continue.

Time to go to the pub and celebrate.
Transplanted 20/04/07.
jstuartrobson
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Joined: Thu Apr 17, 2014 1:48 pm
Location: Spalding, Lincolnshire

Re: Transplantaversary.

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Congratulations. It will be my 10th in September! Where abouts in Lincolnshire are you? I'm in the Spalding area.
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Richard
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Location: Lincolnshire.

Re: Transplantaversary.

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Ta, I'm in Grimsby...
Transplanted 20/04/07.
jbell
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Joined: Sat Apr 14, 2012 7:47 pm

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Congratulations, you are doing so well,enjoy celebrating :D
Age 48
CKD diagnosed 2010
Diabetic chronic complications since age 12
Registered Blind 2000
Need kidney/pancreas tx
Egfr 12
rheaybou
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Location: Doncaster

Re: Transplantaversary.

Post by rheaybou »

it is always great to hear people who are doing well, long may it continue for you and your kidney.

Enjoy the next seven years (well lots more than that)
Now 35 with Alports and I had my first kidney-versary 18th feb 2013....I hope to have many more.

My living donor and his family are doing all well.

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Alports.
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