My name is Neeta and been diagnosed with CKD since 2015. I have a rare form of kidney disease which is nothing due to my health conditions or negligence. I have been vegetarian, non smoker, non drinker throughout my life. I was coping well with CKD but lately my condition is deteriorating and now my kidney function is around 8% and currently on dialysis and hooked up to the machine for 8 hours for every night. That is why I am here to find an angel for me who is willing to give me a second chance of life!!!
Blood Type O+
Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St Louis, MO
314-362-5365 ask for Jo-Ann Briar
My name is Rachael and I am 59 years old. I have polycystic kidney disease I have been in renal failure for over 5 years and on dialysis for 1 year. In January of 2021 they had to remove both kidneys so basically my life depends on dialysis. I met a wonderful man who has showed me what your love is and we are getting married im June of 2022. I have never been happier or lived until I met his him and I don't want it to stop. So if anyone can find it in their hearts to donate I would be forever greatful. My blood type is B- to donate call University Hospital of Cleveland at 412-347-6644
My name is Pam and I've been an RN for over 25 years. While teaching nursing classes in the Spring of 2016, I started noticing swelling in my legs. I thought it was due to being on my feet a lot. Over the next couple of weeks, I started getting short of breath. I went to a clinic and was diagnosed with high blood pressure and was given a prescription for BP medicine.
The very next night, I was so short of breath that I asked my husband to take me to the ER. Several tests were performed and I was delivered the news that I was in end stage kidney failure and I would need to start dialysis immediately.
I was stunned and shocked, to say the least. I have always visited my doctor every 6 months for labs and a check up and was never informed that anything was out of the normal range.
I began dialysis in May 2016.
In the summer of 2017, I was placed on the kidney transplant list at the University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB). in June of 2018, we were involved in a serious automobile accident while out of town. I broke my back and several other bones. Fortunately, my spinal cord was not involved,, so I was not paralyzed. UAB put me on the inactive list until I was cleared by all my doctors. I endured weeks of physical therapy to teach me to sit and walk again, plus a back surgery that fall. After many other tests and procedures, I was cleared to be put back on the transplant list. I applied at Sacred Heart in Pensacola , FL and was accepted. I have one more test to be done at UAB before I can go back on their active list. Being registered at both places increases my chances of receiving a kidney.
A live donor kidney will last longer than one from someone who is deceased.
My blood type is O +.
If anyone is interested, you can contact Beth at Ascension Sacred Heart at 850-416-1080.
My name is Terry Tillery, I was born January 7,1971 and am 49 years old Divorced with 3 kids. Daughters Alexa Woods 25 yrs old and Chase Tillery 24 and one Son Justin Tillery 20. I have 3 Granddaughters Skyler 7 yrs old and Abby 4yrs old and Kaylin 10 months old.. I was diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease at the age of 16 and I am now in search of a Kidney donation to save my Life and Hopefully get me off Dialysis and let me lead a normal as life I can and return to work.. I would be Very THANKFUL for you even considering to be tested.
Please call 205-975-9200 ( Option 4 )
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