hi everyone im new to this communiity and i wanted to say hi to everybody before launching into a load of history etc, background is, husband suffered renal failure 8 years ago , he is the youngest out of seven children. obviously the hospital asked if any of his siblings would donate , none of them would, so i offered as i was not prepared to watch someone suffer as they all obviously were prepared to do just that,anyway hes fine now but has developed diabetes, the clinic said it was probably due to his steroids that he develpoed this, after his transplant he was on four steroids and was constantly eating i just wondred if anyone else has developed diabetes after transplantation, is it usual? is it the lesser of two evils? ie: renal failure or diabetes? im terrified of diabetes and exercise constantly to try and stave it off as its incurable and im also scared he will die young because of it as hes only 44 and still spends all day eating sweets
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