The condition is characterized by low protein levels, high cholesterol and swelling, and eventually progresses to the point where kidney function shuts down entirely.
Congential nephrotic syndrome is a rare genetic condition that affects the kidneys' functioning.
It begins early in development, and starts showing signs within the first three months of life.
Wryn is pictured in the hospital after the successful transplant Congenital nephrotic syndrome is caused by an inherited faulty gene.
For the condition to be passed on, both parents must have a healthy copy of the gene and a faulty one.
She also had a catheter, which had to be changed every day, and was hooked up to a machine for nearly half the day.