Ureteral reimplant: Caring for your child at home

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A ureteral reimplant is an operation that stops urine, or pee, from going back into the kidneys from the bladder. Learn how to care for your child at home after the procedure.

Key points

  • Ureteral reimplant surgery fixes reflux into the kidney from the bladder.
  • Your child should take all their medications as directed by the doctor or nurse.
  • Your child should rest for a few days and avoid any activity the hurts.
  • Your child will visit the Urology Clinic about three months after the operation.
Last updated: March 14th 2011