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Recommended Fluid Intake per Day after Kidney Transplant

2014-07-10 02:20

Recommended Fluid Intake per Day after Kidney TransplantQ: I am 30 years old and underwent a Kidney Transplant a month back. The scar has almost healed. Could you please advise on the recommended fluid intake per day after the surgery? Thanks in advance.

A: Successful kidney transplant is a good treatment for Kidney Failure. After the operation, we often recommended a transplant diet. Then, how about the fluid intake?

Actually, one you new kidney starts working, you no longer need a fluid restriction. You are suggested to consult your dietitian for a plan to introduce more fluid into your diet. Want to get gree and professional help from our kidney experts? Please Email us at kidney-support@hotmail.com. We will reply you soon!

After your kidney transplant, you need to adjust your diet to keep your kidney healthy and working well. Here are some tips for your reference:

·Have enough fiber in your daily meal plan.

·Eat lean meats, poultry and fish.

·Keep a low-sodium and low-fat diet.

·Eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables every day.

·Avoid grapefruits and grapefruit juice due to its effect on a group of immunosuppressive drugs (calcineurin inhibitors)

Moreover, discuss with your transplant doctor if you are taking any over-the-counter medicines, vitamins or supplements, and before starting any new prescription medications.

If you follow the above guidelines, the chances of infection and rejection are decreased. Kindly notice that keep you transplanted kidney working depends on various factors, of which nutrition and diet are just a small part. You are also advised to follow the doctor’s suggestions regarding alcohol, smoking, and exercise. Whenever you have anything unclear, feel free to Contact Us. We will try our best to help you. Take care!

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