Children who survive liver transplant will usually achieve a normal lifestyle despite the necessity for continuous monitoring of immuno-suppressive drug levels. They attend normal school sports, activities etc. Most studies from large pediatric liver transplant centers show a patient survival of 90% at 1 yr and 85-90% at 10 yrs. Usually, there are no significant issues related to mortality after this. Patients usually lead a normal life. There are patients who have been operated as children / adolescents and have also produced children. Patients take part in sports & normal activities, however, regular follow up with doctor is a must to monitor the organ functions and side effects of immunosuppression.
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