Pediatric kidney transplantation part 66



Can rejection happen at any time?

Yes it can, but is most common during the first year after transplant. Most of the time, rejection is treated by giving your child extra medication by mouth. Most rejection events are mild and your child may not have any outward signs that they will feel or that you will see. As long as your child take their immunosuppressant medication as instructed, rejection is much less likely.


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