For an update, I think I am about 95%.
My bloodwork is still very good and I am back at work full-time. I am very thankful for both. No signs of infection, rejection or anything else have been noticed, and I do a very good job of listening to my body.
I have been able to taper off two of the meds; the fewer the better.
Slight concerns are: my coordinator has told me to drink more water, as my creatine level has crept up, and our pills are not kidney-friendly. My abdomen is still tender; sometimes it takes a few seconds to stand up. One of my cats has a knack of finding the most tender spot, and stepping on it. Every time.
The energy level has been pretty good. I was tempted last week to sleep when I got home, but chose instead to go to bed earlier; that has worked out well.
The appetite has been good. As transplant patients have been known to gain a lot of weight, I am continuing to minimize my portions, but have gone back to three meals instead of grazing.
I need to make more time to walk. Working full time does not leave much time for a two hour window to walk, and weekends are the same.
So things are still looking up, and hopefully, they will stay that way.