my dad has been on dialysis for a few months now. he had pancreatic surgery last year. they told us before that his creatine levels were high but none of the hospital kidney doctors seemed to think that he was in immediate need. then all of a sudden his kidneys just failed. he started swelling up so bad that we had to speak up and say something is wrong. they immediately put him on dialysis. the doctors told us that they hoped that a few dialysis treatments would give his kidneys a break and that hopefully he could come off of it but now he doesnt even produce urine anymore. no one has really even explained anything to us. my dad had lots of complications and he was pretty much unresponsive and on a ventilator for the past 5 months. he is just now rehabbing and its like he just woke up and surprise your kidneys dont work. he is getting used to it. he gets hot sometimes and cold sometimes. he get tubed fed for now so all of his food is liquid. but the rehab he is in now is keeping him pretty level water wise. we pray that god would heal his kidneys and i believe our prayers will be answered in one way or another but what stage of kidney disease is he in if he does not produce urine? i have so many questions! thanks
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