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Where's your will to be weird?

« on: January 18, 2010, 07:14:28 PM »

Mikes creatinine was around 1400 when he first started CAPD [Manual bags]
It got down to 700, and they had to put him on the APD machine because he is a high transporter. Now his creatinine has risen slowly back to 1400 again, so he has two options.. to go back on the manual bags OR to do one extra exchange during the day.
At the moment he is dry during the day, and if he does the one exchange during the day, he will have to be wet [which he says would be fine].

We are just tossing up what to do!  :waiting;
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Expose yourself to your deepest fear. After that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free

..Nik..

Fiancee to Mike
Mikes 'history'....
Born September 12 1983
Seizure July 2003 [Unrelated to kidney]
Diagnosed with 'Polycystic Kidney Disease' July 2003 (Wrong diagnosis)
Diagnosed with  IgA Glomerulonephritis April 2004
On active transplant waiting list 2006
Hyperparathyroidism developed gradually
Parathyroidectomy May 2009 (Affected kidney function)
Hospitalized for hyperkalemia June 2009
Catheter inserted June 2009


Started CAPD June 2009
Stared APD September 2009

ABO Incompatible transplant 01 December 2010
Donor = Mikes father Greg
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