Hi, I'm sorry that your kidneys are giving up
. Do you have a good nephrologist? What is he/she advising? Really they should be the one helping you with this decision.
I don't have kidney failure, so my experience is not personal, but I have worked several years on a kidney transplant ward. My observation is that in generally younger patients with full use of their hands and a good level of day to day independance generally prefer CAPD to haemodyalysis. You can fit it in easier with your normal routine, do it at work, on holiday, even in the car. And some types can be done just once a day overnight.
Puting in a PD catheter does take some time though and there is a chance if you need dialysis first it might have to be tempoary haemodialysis.
Are you thinking about going on a transplant waiting list?
Feel free to keep in touch here, and I hope it goes well for you.
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