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We help patients going through the pancreas transplant process every day. Although everyone's experience is different, we are experts in each step of the process and are dedicated to helping you through your unique journey.
Arrive early at the hospital for surgery. You may need to undergo some additional tests and evaluations before surgery.
Most transplant patients stay in the hospital for approximately 4-10 days. Before going home, transplant patients receive extensive education about the medicines they will need to take and other self-care habits they will need to adopt.
We need to keep a close watch on you for a full year to make sure your pancreas is doing well. For the first few months after your transplant, you will probably need to come back to the clinic a few days a week. You will need to have various laboratory tests done to make sure your body is accepting your new pancreas. As your condition stabilizes, your clinic visits will decrease.
You will need to take anti-rejection medicines for the life of your transplanted pancreas. Your regular health care provider will help you manage your medications and lifestyle changes.