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When someone you love has a liver transplant, you go through it too. You’re the caregiver, the support and a liver disease warrior too.
Meditation practices could impact quality of life for people living with cirrhosis, and may benefit their caregivers too.
This article discusses central emotional issues that may confront people with hepatitis C who are unable to continue to work
I thought you might like to read about what to expect after a liver transplant.
The first few weeks coming home after my liver transplant was highly unpredictable.... and that is the understatement of the year.
It was difficult trying to raise two kids on my own and start up a two separate companies. I look back now and think... how did I do that?
It is during this time of ones marriage or serious relationship that either brings them closer together or the relationship is torn apart.
Don’t let mental fogginess or cloudiness restrict you from living. Seek out medical assistance for Hepatic Encephalopathy.
It often times is hard to let others in our lives help out as we battle with Hepatitis C and treatment. We want to be strong for others.
Getting through week 19 would be a big accomplishment for Devon to make as he did not make it past week 19 during his first treatment.
The need to provide and coordinate care for elderly people living with liver cirrhosis is expected to increase in the coming years.
In terms of patient-empowerment, it’s a very powerful idea to think of yourself as your primary care physician.
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