If your daughter is otherwise healthy and donates a kidney to you, she should be able to live an otherwise normal life. Studies have suggested that there may be a slight increase in the incidence of high blood pressure and protein in the urine after kidney donation, but most studies suggest that the risk of donating a kidney is very low. There is also a slight increase in the risk of toxemia of pregnancy (pre-eclampsia) during pregnancies after donating a kidney. One study suggested that the risk of high blood pressure and toxemia of pregnancy after kidney donation was about 11% of pregnancies compared with 5% of pregnancies in ladies who have not donated a kidney. Hence, the risk to your daughter is there but the absolute risk is small.
We have further information on our web site about being a living kidney donor at: https://www.kidney.org/transplantation/livingdonors/what-expect-after-donation