obviously i know that we can all live with one functioning kidney. i just wanted to know how it is really. a few people in my family are talking about donating to my father when he is well enough to have a transplant. i just didnt know if anything was different when you only have one kidney. im sorry this sounds like "duh" questions but im just trying to ask without sounding like "how will this effect my life if i give my kidney" because thats not what i mean. i just would like to hear from some of you that have either donated or received a kidney and how life is with one kidney. is there diet restrictions or i have read somewhere about being careful with like contact sports and things because your one kidney will enlarge. does that mean you can hurt it from like bumping in to a wall or something. i have a 2 year old son and i give pony rides everyday....sorry if these questions seem dumb
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