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Post liver transplant ERCP

Maintain general health through proper nutrition, rest, exercise, and stress reduction. Avoid people who have infectious diseases especially people with active viral infections, such as chicken pox, mumps, measles, mononucleosis, tuberculosis, colds, or the flu. Take medications to prevent infection, as prescribed.

When your new liver is in place and blood is flowing through it, your caregiver will close your abdomen. You may be watched closely in the hospital for a few weeks after your surgery. With a liver transplant, your symptoms such as abdominal pain, swelling, and yellowing skin may resolve.

Researchers say gender also seemed to play a role in the success of liver transplants, but the findings were less clear. But when the authors isolated the data from North America, they found female-donated livers that were transplanted into male patients were less likely to succeed than male-donated livers.