Each center or doctor has their unique patient follow-up methods. The important point is that the patients visit for follow-up according to the requests of their doctor. Studies have shown that transplant patients who do not visit regularly for follow-up have a shorter kidney survival compared with those that regularly visit for follow-up. Follow-up examinations are usually at weekly intervals during the first three months, biweekly intervals between months 3-6, three-week intervals between months 6-9, monthly intervals between months 9-12, bimonthly intervals between years 1-2 and three-month intervals after the second year. The patient should absolutely bring along the medication chart given to them at discharge every time they visit for follow-up. It is also helpful to bring the blood pressure chart, urine monitoring chart and 24-hoururine test results according to their condition.