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... Have you looked at the possibility of Hemochromatosis? ... (28 replies)
Liver cell Adenoma
Mar 28, 2008
... so glad you are ok after biopsy, you will be fine in a couple of days im sure. lets hope you get the results soon. ... (195 replies)
... Prior to surgery, my surgeon told me that my liver enzymes were very high. She said that the numbers were in the thousands, if that makes sense. She wanted to do an MRI at first but I have a morphine pump and a spinal cord stimulator implant, so this was not possible. She then tried to schedule a G.I. ... (6 replies)

... good luck on your surgery. I was like you..on the pill for 9 years, only thing I had done before this resection was wisdom teeth and tonsils. I felt like you do before the surgery. I do remember after the surgery thinking to myself "why did I do this", but that was just one time. I really was not that bad. ... (288 replies)
... ching my blood flow in and out of the liver, the surgery ended up being 12 hours. When surgeon left the surgery to talk to my parents he mentioned its easier to do a liver transplant than what they were going to have to do to me. ... (5 replies)
Liver Failure
Nov 22, 2005
... law has had psorosis of the liver and hepititis C for years. He was hanging in there but he recently fell off a ladder painting his house and the stupid Doctor didn't do enough tests on him. ... (10 replies)
... angle and they did get me up each day for a walk, starting Saturday. Don't be surprised at how weak you are. I could only do half a hallway the first day, but you get stronger every single day. They also made me spent a bit of time each day sitting in a chair. I had an abdominal drain in for four days. ... (288 replies)
... PACU is "Post Anesthesia Care Unit"....you are usually there a minimum of one hour while the general anesthesia wears off and they get your pain in control once you wake up. I was there for about 3.5 hours because of pain control issues. ... (273 replies)
... since I posted but I have been trying to keep up on reading the posts. I want to say welcome to all the new ladies here. I'm sorry that your diagnosis has found you here, but this is a good place to get information. ... (111 replies)
... rinking. I must admit that wine and I are good buddies right now. I plan to stop drinking May 1 and wonder when I can drink again. Not that it is important but I do enjoy a nice glass of wine or a good ladies night out! I just want to give my liver the best opportunity to heal and regrow! ... (73 replies)
... I appreciate your suggestion about the dissolvable sutures. It hadn't even occured to me. But you bring up a good point. I think we often feel so out of control that we think we have no choices in a situation like ours. ... (293 replies)
... e there are alot of poeple in here that have experienced and are experiencing what my family is going through.. We are in alot of turmoil here.. My dad is having liver failure what we believe. Let me give you some background information first. He is 67 and has drank most of his life.. ... (9 replies)
Is this cirrhosis?
Oct 16, 2003
... ce he started drinking again his stomach, legs, and ankles bloated with fluid inside of him. He made an appt. with the doctor and the doctor said we have to get you to the hospital now. ... (7 replies)




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