GFR = LIFE

 

    Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Chris and this is me at Stage 3 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease). In December of 2017 my diagnoses increased to Stage 4, I was told by my doctor that I would need to begin looking for a transplant as complete organ failure would be soon to come. 

This is not easy for me to say nor share (publicly) as I am usually a very private person. However this situation calls for me to be outside my comfort zone and share my story (and information) with others.

 

    I've created this site to help me spread the message of my need for a transplant, so you will see a lot of post about my personal life and challenges that I am facing. The site will also feature information about being a donor and Renal failure in general, for those of you that would like to find out more about the subject. So come along with me on my journey and feel free to drop me a line.

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January 8, 2019

Diuretics, also know as "water pills" are a big topic with renal failure/kidney disease. Either you've been prescribed to take them or you've heard about them and wish to take them. In some cases you might even have been told they won't work for you (this article isn't...

August 21, 2018

If you are having trouble understanding what GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) is, how it works, or why it's important, you aren't alone. A lot of people including those suffering with kidney disease are confused about the term and what it means. For those of you seekin...

August 19, 2018

With 114,000 people waiting for a kidney transplant (April 2018), it got me wondering; when was the first kidney transplant? It may be hard to believe but the first kidney transplant was 85 years ago! Though it would be many years later for the first successful transpl...

August 17, 2018

You've reached the last stage in your journey of renal failure, commonly know as end stage renal disease (ESRD). If you are one of the lucky ones, you received a transplant at this point. But some may have to wait a bit longer (possibly the rest of their life). It's no...

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WHERE I CALL HOME

Hattiesburg, MS, USA

The Ochsner Health Care Facility that I am a patient of can be reached at: (504) 842-3925

  • All that is needed is a mention of the reason you are calling and my name, Christopher Milhas

 
 
 

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Hattiesburg, MS, USA

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