Emily’s transplant a success

Krista and Emily Dodsworth. Eden woman Emily Dodsworth has undergone her successful kidney transplant in Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) hospital.

Emily and her sister Krista – who donated her kidney to Emily for the life-saving operation – arrived at the hospital on Monday.

“Pre op for Emily and Krista was at 9am on Monday,” family friend and fundraiser Jasmine Davis told the Magnet yesterday.

“Emily was admitted that afternoon at 3pm, Krista arrived at RPA at 6am (on Tuesday), she had time with Emily before the op, then went to admissions at 7am.

Krista’s went into surgery at about 7.30am and was out of recovery at about 3pm, Ms Davis said.

“Emily went in about 12pm and was out of recovery at about 6pm.

Their mother, Christine de Groot, Emily’s partner, Stuart Carroll, and Krista’s partner, Monty Thomsen, were at their bedsides.

“Krista was sitting up in bed last night watching TV with Monty, she looked exceptionally well,” Ms Davis said.

“The surgeon told Christine and the girls that Krista’s kidney was pristine and that both operations had gone well.”

Despite the operation being a success, Emily was in considerable pain on Tuesday night.

The Eden Magnet wishes the two sisters a fast and speedy recovery.

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