Young woman turns to social media to save her sweetheart

Young woman turns to social media to save her sweetheart

- A young woman turned to social media for help when she learned that her fiancé has failing kidneys

- The result from tweeps were overwhelming and some even offered their kidneys to the young man

- With a reaction like this, a person can't help but feel a little bit of faith is restored in humanity

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Kidney failure is a serious and fatal health problem, and could end tragically. A young woman, known simply by her Twitter name @justDEJA_, realised the severity of her fiancé's health and took to social media for help.

She shared a few photos of them together and asked the social world for help.

This is my fiancé and both of his kidneys are failing. He is on the transplant list but the wait is 9+ years! If you are willing to be a kidney donor, please DM me.

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She also asked people to share her message if they don't want to donate themselves. She is hoping that the right person will see her message and help save her fiancé's life.

The young woman's fiancé is currently on dialysis while he waits to learn what his blood type is

The response to this hopeful young woman's tweet was overwhelming.

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While all these replies were heartwarming, there is a huge path that lies ahead for anyone who will eventually donate one of their to this young man.

Donors have to go through many tests and examinations to make sure they are healthy enough to donate.

In most countries donors have to be older than 18 to be considered as a donor. Of course, the donor must be compatible with the recipient.

It is hoped that this young man and his lovely and caring fiancé will find a donor soon and have a happy ending.

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