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I am supposed to get my kidney transplant done by the end of this year but the thought of it scaring the hell out of me. i am unable to function in my routine due anxiety and stress. i knew i was supposed to get this done since years but I always used to shrug it off by thinking ki jab hoga tab dekhnge but now since it is imminent the thought is really hard to process

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I just don’t want to go through it

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Mom dad and sister who is married

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Thank you sir/mam for saying that

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To be honest i am not really allowed to share this with my friends because you now how society is … though i have shared it with one of my friends

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I come from a tier 3 city where my family has a reputation to maintain sooo

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Devashree A. @devashree_ac...

Positive psychology is a branch of psychology that goes a long way in dealing with situations just like these ✅
Question to you : How will your quality of life improve after you’ve had the transplant?

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To be honest I don’t really remember when was the last time i had eaten something without thinking about the calories and other nutrients in it… so i am unable to imagine how my life would be after the transplant

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Devashree A. @devashree_ac...

I feel talking to your doctor about the good changes that the transplant will bring to your life, might help 💯
The fear we usually have is associated with uncertainty, the minute you’re aware of exactly how it will impact you, you’ll lose the fear too!

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Anonymous

The fact i will have to take a lot of precautions for one year and be dependent on someone for a few months that thought is scary

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God bless you 🙏😇

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Anonymous

I just went through my father in law,68, donating his kidney to his son,37. It has been 2 years of the anticipation of the whole family changing diets. Extreme meditations and prayers and on edge for all. It’s not just you going through this. It is your whole immediate family enduring and watching how well or jot well you are taking it. And I must say - after also me being a therapist and watching cancer patients and other pre and post surgeries heal…100% is the attitude of the patients. And their support system, with one or without any. Having opportunity to have a donor and to have the transplant is a golden opportunity for you. As many will never afford or find a match. I can understand the worry and sulking, when you have no choices or option of moving forward and looking at your end of days. But this extreme tension placed on the whole family is extremely wearing down every one involved. Do things that bring LIfE back into yours. YOU made choices that has affected your outcome. Not eating well and healthy needs to be your priority. You need and have to change your life. You are taking a part of someone elses life line by taking from another to give to your self to keep on going. This is both selfish of you as a person who did not do proper care of the self, your temple. And taking from another’s temple whom is selfless. Be grateful for this opportunity 🙏 ❤ achange NoW before the surgery to do and be your best health…so when the surgery is over, you heal much sooner. It will take about a year after surgery to feel fully wholesome again. But know you have been given a gift to LIVE a longer existence in this life. So, cherish the donor, the doctor for his hands and all who are there supporting you through this process. This not easy for no one. Don’t think you are the only one putting hold on your life…this affects the family members and friends and all helping you throughout this journey.
May you make the wise and noble choices from now and movong forward.

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Also I don’t want to get this transplant done… i am fine with whatever life there is left for me

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I am sorry to say this but I don’t think i am responsible for this … this thing was first detected when i was 15 years of age and since last 12 years i know how i have faced it by taking all those dietry restrictions and other precautions how I was never allowd to do a lot of normal things which my friends used to do… so saying that i misbehaved with my body and got this and Now I am being a crybaby about… simply doesn’t help

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Anonymous

Have you checked ayurvedic as alternative to transplant? That can be taken into consideration as well

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My dad is an allopathy doctor himself sooo he won’t consider it

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Ayurveda has treatment for this. First see for yourself. Check with jiva online. See to it and decide. Hope health will be fine

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Bro you don’t need to transplant go for ayurveda jiva health care and HIIMs just take consult from them. Ayurveda has proper treatment of it.

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