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Have kidney failure (CKD) with reflux nephropathy, joint pain, going for transplant. Will it help ?

Hello Sir, I have kidney failure ( CKD ) with reflux nephropathy as said by my doctor. I already remove my left kidney on 4th sept. and after one and half mont i am going for kidney transplant. I want to know that what is reflux nephropathy and is this connected to my other problem which is from last 10 years i have joint pain in all my joint. i cant sit down earth, cant bow properly, cant run, more back pain and in hip joint. And after transplant all this problem will remove or not? Can i sit, bow, run after transplant?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Dear Niteen,

Normally urine passes from the the kidneys to the bladder via ureters. There is a valve like mechanism at the junction of ureter with the bladder, that prevents urine coming in the reverse direction. However when this mechanism fails the urine refluxes back towards the kidneys and damages it.

Joint and bone pains can be there due to renal failure, itself.

Usually a person can return to almost al normal activities after transplant, including sitting / running

Answered: Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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