hi I have End stage liver disease and Also an Enlarged Spleen, I'm Wondering if everyone with Liver disease has an enlarged spleen too?
I can walk now without any help. I can take a shower by myself. I dress myself and can be left alone. It’s all been possible because my Hep C is gone after taking Epclusa for the last three months. There is hope for anyone else who has cirrhosis. I still have liver disease and ascites but I feel so much better now and have regained my independence.
Just seeking other people dealing with cirrhosis looking for advice etc
I have been recently been diagnosed with hep B. I use to be a smoker and a drinker. I have never done drugs using needles and I am not gay.
Is cannabis okay with alcoholic cirrhosis? Sometimes I feel like it helps me
I was born with biliary atresia, so they call it primary biliary cirrhosis. I guess my question is, are there any others out there with biliary atresia (PBC)?
I’m new here. Was diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis this past august. It was triggered by the Covid vaccine. I’ve never been a drinker and live a healthy lifestyle…this has been a struggle but I’m determined to beat it. Anyone with a similar story?
Randomly out of the blue I feel extremely exhausted for about three days straight. It's not like I'm doing any extra activities, my energy level is just depleted for a few days. It's embarrassing to say 'I'm exhausted' because I haven't been doing enough to warrant this tiredness.
Hello, I’m in the process of figuring out a diagnosis. Wondering if anyone relates. My liver is 22cm I’ve had CT and ultrasound showing nothing just a large liver. I had a lot of blood work done, most normal except low bilirubin and a positive ANA test under my liver autoimmune panel. Now talking about doing a liver biopsy. Does this sound Similar to anyone else?
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