…your destination for information, tips, and
resources that can help you manage your health
after an organ transplant.
Taking anti-rejection medicine as your healthcare provider prescribed is an important thing you can do to help prevent your body from rejecting your new organ. In addition, there are steps you can take to reduce the risk of rejection.
Your healthcare provider may require routine screening to assess your health status. Understanding the tests and lab results can help you stay on track with your long-term care. You may also need to monitor your vital signs at home each day and keep track of your progress.
After receiving a transplant, it is important that you adopt a healthy lifestyle to help keep you and your new organ well. Here you will find diet tips, nutritious recipes, and exercise planning information to help you make informed decisions and healthy choices.
Being a care partner is a big responsibility. After going home from the hospital, your loved one may need help organizing their medications, scheduling visits with healthcare providers, and sticking to a healthy lifestyle. Learn about your role immediately after transplant surgery and find tips for helping loved ones adjust during the first year.
You can also download and print educational resources from this website.