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What can I expect my quality of life to be after liver transplantation?

Last modified: 3rd July 2021
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The first three months following transplantation are the most difficult. The body is adjusting to the “new” liver and all the medications needed to maintain its health. By the time of discharge from the hospital, patients are able to care for themselves, with some minor restrictions. The transplant team carefully prepares each patient for discharge. Most patients can return to work within 3 to 6 months after a transplant. Playing sports and getting healthy exercise, socializing, and traveling for business and pleasure are all possible. The expectation is that people who undergo liver transplantation can and do go on to lead “normal” lives.

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