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    Six months.
    Lots of ups and downs and ups and downs and travelling and acne but....
    SIX MONTHS!!!
    So grateful.
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    I just read this now 🙀 I am so so happy to read something positive for 2015! It had been a crap year all round until I read this thread!

    Sending you lots of love and healing vibes and may this be the end of all your worry. Happy days happy KIDNEY yay!

    What a wonderful Christmas for you❤️

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Six months.
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    SIX MONTHS!!!
    So grateful.
    So very grateful.
    That is so amazing!

    What are some of the things you can now do that you wouldn't have been able to without a donor kidney(live longer obviously..)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    That is so amazing!

    What are some of the things you can now do that you wouldn't have been able to without a donor kidney(live longer obviously..)?
    Gosh, so many things because I had a bit of a crap time on dialysis - be awake, not vomit every day, be home on the farm, have energy to have my chooks and be a normal mother and wife (wink, wink), no tubes in my guts and my neck, eat chocolate and mangoes, be there when my BFFs baby was born, watch assemblies.
    It's a second chance at life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Gosh, so many things because I had a bit of a crap time on dialysis - be awake, not vomit every day, be home on the farm, have energy to have my chooks and be a normal mother and wife (wink, wink), no tubes in my guts and my neck, eat chocolate and mangoes, be there when my BFFs baby was born, watch assemblies.
    It's a second chance at life.
    Chocolate and mangoes were off limits?

    Normalcy. The things we take for granted, hey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Gosh, so many things because I had a bit of a crap time on dialysis - be awake, not vomit every day, be home on the farm, have energy to have my chooks and be a normal mother and wife (wink, wink), no tubes in my guts and my neck, eat chocolate and mangoes, be there when my BFFs baby was born, watch assemblies.
    It's a second chance at life.
    Fantastic news! As time passes does your prognosis for the kidney being successful increase (ie, you'll hopefully never be on dialysis again)?

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    I am in awe of your strength through all of this. Congratulations on getting to 6 months. You are amazing and I'm so happy that you can finally be "normal". Xxxxx

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    Happy 6 months kidneyversary!

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    Congratulations lady! BEST news!!!
    Here's to the next 6, and the 6 after that and the 6 after that! And so on!

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    Congratulations miss kitty! Im so glad you have a new lease on life and can enjoy so many things now. You truly are an inspiration woman 😊

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