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LIFE IS A BEAUTIFUL BOOK

Each Day With A New Hook And A New Ingredient To Cook As each page of book reveals something new, similarly each turn in life reveals something. As each and every book, our life is also made up of pages which are uncountable. At the start of this new page of life that is after […]

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WHAT ONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE TRANSPLANT ACT

The Transplant Act was passed in 1994 and come into force (notified) on 4 February 1995 in Himachal Pradesh, Goa, and Maharashtra & union territories. It was then adopted by other states. The purpose was : 1) to regular removal, storage and transplantation of human organ and tissues for therapeutic purpose 2) prevent commercial dealing […]

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NUTRITION FOR KIDNEYS

Healthy eating is important for everyone but it’s critical for people with chronic kidney disease. Following a nutritious diet will help one feel good and live well with kidney disease. Whether you have chronic kidney disease, you’re on dialysis or have a kidney transplant; these guidelines will help you live a healthier life.   Healthy […]

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LIVING WITH A KIDNEY TRANSPLANT AND BEYOND

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving…. I was a Transplant patient and am living with a transplanted kidney from my father for almost 14 years now. Around 6 years back, I faced Chronic Rejection which led me into a shell. It was very difficult to cope up […]

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE FOR PATIENTS POST TRANSPLANTATION

Having a healthy lifestyle after a kidney transplant goes a long way to minimise the risk of complications. Therefore, it’s recommended that you: Stop smoking if you smoke- If you smoke, it’s strongly recommended that you stop as soon as possible because smoking can reduce the life of your new kidney and can increase your […]

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CARING FOR YOUR HEALTH

Narmada Kidney Foundation, to fulfil its commitment to help people take care of their kidneys & prevent kidney diseases, organizes prevention camps to identify at-risk population & guide them. These screening camps are conducted for general public (normal population) in order to detect the presence of kidney disease or any risk factor like diabetes and […]

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RAKSHA BANDHAN

In early 2016, we found out from the doctors that my brother would need to undergo kidney transplant by the end of the year or by early next year. I made a short trip to India in March to get myself evaluated as a kidney donor. The preliminary tests were encouraging and when I returned […]

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DIABETIC HEALTH

Diabetes is a major risk factor for kidney disease. However, this happens when diabetes is poorly controlled. If well controlled, one can prevent diabetic kidney disease and other complications of diabetes. If one already has diabetic kidney disease, control of blood sugar will help retard the progression of diabetic kidney disease but will not halt […]

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REINVENTING LIFE

An Engineer, a writer, an actor, a director, a travel enthusiast, a sports person and a kidney patient! It is difficult to believe that a kidney transplant patient like me can do so many hats. I am not surprised when at times I am asked ‘who is the patient’ by people who do not know […]

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