Sex life after kidney transplant?

Yes, yes, yes. Sex is an important part of life quality - feel empowered to discuss openly with your transplant team. Some men have difficulty with erections because of hypertension, diabetes and medications they must take - usually treatable. You must also consider possible impact of immunosuppressants on causing abnormal sperm (risk is probably low). Overall, odds are good for being active. Be responsible too.
Can be healthy. Whether you are the donor or recipient you will need to heal first. A kidney transplant requires an abdominal incision. This opening needs to fully heal before undergoing any strenuous physical activity. If you have a healthy sex life now, you likely will afterwards as well.

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I have kidney transplant I m facing poor sex life what I can do to help me?

Medication? It could be related to medication, vascular problems, issues from survey, depression etc... I would recommend contacting your transplant surgeon and discuss it frankly with him or her. Read more...
Yes, yes, yes. Sex is an important part of life quality - feel empowered to discuss openly with your transplant team. Some men have difficulty with erections because of hypertension, diabetes and medications they must take - usually treatable. You must also consider possible impact of immunosuppressants on causing abnormal sperm (risk is probably low). Overall, odds are good for being active. Be responsible too. Read more...

Post donor kidney transplant, how many days do I have to wait to have sex?

Donor or recipient? Donor will be sore but should be able to have sexual contact after they are released from the hospital (2-5) days for laparoscopic longer for open surgery. Recipient will also be sore and i recommend at least 2 weeks after discharge before having intercourse. Oral and manual stimulation could be performed sooner. Read more...

Can a kidney transplant patient have sex with someone with herpes?

Use a condom. If you do not have the herpes virus already i would be very cautious. I would definately abstain during acute outbreaks and wear a condom at other times. Remember any hing that can make a person sick will make a transplant patient more sick. Read more...