maybe, but u should just not waste your time on here and go ask a doctor!
Contact sports, such as football and hockey, can damage the last remaining kidney, which will mean that that person will need a new kidney.
One of the sports played is soccer.
I'm going to say all of them except you probably could make it with one kidney. Even in some rare cases 1 and a half feet.
One Kidney Works Fine. After donating a kidney in 2000, the physician's instructions were simple: do not play contact sports; avoid ibuprofen. The donor's remaining kidney enlarges over time and handles all the tasks previously handled by two kidneys. The donor should be able, after recovery, to resume normal activities and lifestyle.
There is no exact numbers as to how many players are in college football with just one kidney.
one of them is baseball
They cannot play football, for one, as well as many other sports. They can, however, still play other sports, such as swimming, soccer and tennis.
She did play Cheerleading but that ended. She doesn't do any sports other than that one time.
People in Hawaii play pretty much all the sports that you can play. Except maybe for like snow sports. I think one of there most popular sports is probably beach volleyball.
To play is to play anything, from imaginary games to sports to videogames. Sports are many games that range from one guy against another to teams against teams.
One of the sports played is Call Of Duty, can I get a thumbs up?
Due to health concerns, you cannot play football or any other contact sport with only one kidney. You are not going to be deemed healthy enough to play.