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How long does it usually take to get a new kidney?
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Dr. Quresh Khairullah
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
3 doctors agree
In brief: See below
If you do not have a donor, you are waiting to receive a kidney from a deceased donor. Factor like your blood group type and the level of antibodies in your blood among other factors determine your position on a waiting list for receiving kidney transplant .
This time is an 'median' of 3 years or longer.

In brief: See below
If you do not have a donor, you are waiting to receive a kidney from a deceased donor. Factor like your blood group type and the level of antibodies in your blood among other factors determine your position on a waiting list for receiving kidney transplant .
This time is an 'median' of 3 years or longer.
Dr. Quresh Khairullah
Dr. Quresh Khairullah
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Dr. Samuel Lee
Urology
In brief: Transplant list
Where are you are put on the transplant list depends from regional criteria, age and the conditions which prompted your kidney failure.
Typically waiting time can't be nine months to two years

In brief: Transplant list
Where are you are put on the transplant list depends from regional criteria, age and the conditions which prompted your kidney failure.
Typically waiting time can't be nine months to two years
Dr. Samuel Lee
Dr. Samuel Lee
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