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... I know that no one here is a doctor, and I'm not looking for magical words. Just something perhaps comforting bc I have literally lost my mind over this. I didn't sleep more than 2hrs in 3 days and I think had like 500 calories and maybe a glass of water in the same time. ... (6 replies)
... So yesterday while I was at the doc he asked me if I was feeling pain in my back below the shoulder blade kind of. ... (106 replies)
... I quit drinking 2 years ago and was just diagnosed via ultrasound with dense fatty infilitration. I've read that fatty liver can be confused with cirrhosis, etc. ... (18 replies)

... I have had fatty liver for several years. They do not really know what causes it but they are researching it. There are several ideas. It can be fairly serious. ... (18 replies)
Liver Dysfunction
Jul 25, 2005
... For a while I wondered why I was losing hair, and feeling like crap all the time. I would always hurt in the area where my gallbladder was, and always thought that it was my gallbladder. But, tests always shown that my gallbladder was fine. Last week I got really sick. ... (0 replies)
... I live in Hamilton, Ontario Canada. It is between Toronto and Niagara Falls on Lake Ontario. I understand so much about my oldest girl that she can't see for herself. First of all, I married at 17, back in the 60's. We both had good jobs and were engaged and in love. ... (29 replies)
... I see people on this message discussing fatty liver and the pain it causes. ... (8 replies)
... oyed the liver. Anyway, if your Dad hasn't applied for his Social Security Disability Benefits he should do so. You mentioned he is without income. When the word liver transplant was mentioned in my case my insurance company dropped me and the company I worked for terminated me. ... (17 replies)
... especially if someone has let you down or hurt you badly in the past. ... (69 replies)
... I am really wondering if what you actually have going on is possible polycystic kidney disease with liver involvement,only because i have it too and your description of symtomology sounds VERY familiar. ... (3 replies)
It's Back!
Nov 11, 2006
... Seven months ago I spent 6 days in the hospital after having my abdomen opened up 11 inches and my liver resectioned due to a 4 cm hemangioma and gallbladder removed. ... (0 replies)
... I don't think that a liver cleanse could hurt you, unless you had something terribly wrong with your liver. In that case, the amount of oil that you swallow at one time might harm the liver even more. ... (16 replies)
... would probably be treated much much better and more thoroughly in the ER than with this actual doc treating this like it is really nothing.They need to find out why this is occuring,so testing is crucial to getting to the real cause of this.and it needs to be done sooner rather than later. ... (3 replies)
... control that we think we have no choices in a situation like ours. You made me do a lot of thinking about what I want. I think I need to take more control over my situation...and maybe we should all take that stance. When women have babies they have birth plans. ... (293 replies)
... I just clicked on and read your story. My husband has Hep C and Hemochromatosis and a whole lot of other stuff going on. We've got 7 kids. ... (35 replies)
... I might can help you. I have a few questions for you and maybe we can both help each other. Before your sister had a liver transplant.. ... (3 replies)
... Well, I have decided not to drink. I guess it was a New Year's Eve kinda moment. I don't know why I wanted to anyway. I do not know my numbers. The last time I went to the hospital all they said were my enzymes were slightly elevated. I probably should get a copy of those huh? ... (10 replies)


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