Four Months Later

On August 12th, I celebrated my four-month transplant anniversary by getting what felt like an industrial stapler pushed into my lower abdomen. At least that's what it felt/sounded like. At four months I was scheduled for a checkup that included a kidney biopsy. In my very first post, I talk about my first kidney biopsy that was performed through my back for my native (original) kidney. This one was the same but different. My parents and I arrived in Jacksonville the night before. My appointments began at 6AM on the 12th. It started with the usual bloodwork and urine sample. Then they gave me a container to track urine output for the next 24 hours. So that's fun. Not awkward or gross at all.

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