andylc wrote: ↑
Mon Jul 27, 2020 10:22 pm
I would imagine that the risk specifically of kidney injury is not high
, but good core strength is a definite advantage - abdo, lower back etc - assuming that you don’t have musculoskeletal issues relating to the transplant surgery I wouldn’t
imagine there to be increased risks specific to the transplant.
Unless you have the misfortune, to slam the new kidney, into your TT , during
a bad fall ; i did that with a Good Stock kidney, and it was quite painful !!
I slammed into the cliff at Torry pines , with a broken Hang glider
in the mid 80's , and my spleen got removed ; it was a 8 months ,
(with lots of work-outs) before i could go
back surfing again. + 1.year later --- i got pulled out of the water by a
lifeguard, because i overstretched my core mussels where the surgery occurred
and it paralyzed me for nearly an hour. OH Crap !!
I was back kiteboarding in a bit over a year, after both my legs got diced
off ; the spleen surgery ,took longer, to get back to normal.
I suggest you work-Out a LOT ; don't be in a hurry , to test your kidney.