PKD Connection Blog

Rob Herman and daughter Kaley

After being placed on the waitlist, receiving the call for a kidney transplant is a happy occasion for many PKD patients. The chance that PKD, with its genetic nature, might not end with a transplant can lead a family down […]

Sometimes the littlest thing at an unexpected time can trigger emotions that have been building up for a while. For me, it was a hospital food tray. On Dec. 2, 2017, I woke up severely ill with a high fever. […]

As many PKD patients know, PKD can often be accompanied by other ailments. Join guest blogger Rob Herman as he shares his and his family’s story about how PKD has impacted their lives: Though it has yet to be officially […]

I’m a very active participant in my healthcare. I am passionate about being the best advocate for myself and others. However, there is always room for improvement and I have one area that has been a struggle for me: accepting […]