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... whiskey cokes and we would eat french fries and chocolate for dinner. ... (0 replies)
... gher protein in it that will eventually break down to actual ammonia is THAT problem. ammonia attaches very readily to brain cells and can cause its own level of damage too to the brain so higher protien should be avoided with any type of liver disease. ... (28 replies)
... hi AG, i know we chatted before when you kind of asked the same question like a week or two ago? ... (2 replies)

... It is hereditary, and involves excessive absorption of iron, which gets stored in liver and depositied in other organs, especially endocrine glands. ... (5 replies)
... Who was it that said "If I had known I was going to live this long I would have taken better care of myself" ? ... (31 replies)
... the one thing that i just DO highly doubt in your particular situation AND the mere fact that you DID indeed quit drinking, is that you would be treated anything less than the human being you are. you simply DO need help here that ONLY an educated GI or hepatologist can give you right now. ... (28 replies)
... do you know how much of both meds were taken? ... (1 replies)
... the VERY BEST way to really find that out would be by seeing your primary doc for some bloodwork and follow that up with an ultrasound scan. these two things together really cover those bases well. ... (1 replies)
... DO NOT CANCEL that US dave, seriously. i know when you feel great its hard to wrap your head around anything seriously being 'wrong' inside out bodies. ... (7 replies)
... very BEST thing you could do right now, is number one, get your doc to realize the insane potential of allowing someone with ongoing pain to EVEN BE taking what you have been on a very long term basis and onto the 'appropriate meds" for your level of pain, hopefully with NO TYLENOL for you at this point. ... (9 replies)
... and just see where your actual numbers are. the reason being, any changes in the numbers that would go up if something were actually wrong, you need to see where you fall in that "good" range? ... (2 replies)
... the one thing that alot of people do not realize about labs, and i did not realize this at first either so you are not alone there, is that you will NOT actually see any real changes in any function numbers until the real actual damage or something impairing function reaches a "magic" threshhold level. ... (7 replies)
... I must say that your story has moved me in a way I cannot explain. I want to send my prayers and blessing to you and your family. I wish you and your son the best of health and may the lord shine his healing powers on you both. Thank you again for all your advice and support. ... (4 replies)
... ing with the loss of my dad on the 3rd of march.its been a tough couple weeks here for me as i was very close to my fathertoo.he died from something unrelated to liver problems.my son and iare the one with liver and kidney issues. ... (4 replies)
... he has a RIGHT to have that treated.they cannot deny him pain control,espescially if he is a flippin cancer patient.that IS appalling.your hubby must have a primary or oncologist or some other doc that can take care of this for him? ... (19 replies)
... intermittantly bleeding removed from the inside of my spinal cord three years ago along with living now on disability because of the severe types of spinal cord damage that occured along with all the secondary SCI syndromes,two of which are neuro pain syndromes. ... (19 replies)
Liver Disease??
Sep 30, 2005
... Interesting. But Im telling you what the doctor has told me about how much liver damage I have. ... (37 replies)
... In a normal situation if you have noticed this skin color change for quite a while, his eyes would also have at least a tint of yellow. ... (5 replies)
... They started with lower doses, but not effective. I would taper down to 20 mg, then disease would rear its ugly head again. Stayed on them too long. ... (24 replies)
Pain in liver
Mar 28, 2004
... If you are worried about explaining why you ignored it for so long don't worry. I am sure they see that kind of thing all of the time. Especially if someone knows it is caused by drinking. My brother in law has had pain in that same spot and he is a very heavy drinker. He does have liver damage. ... (55 replies)




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