I am a wmn 37 yrs, 218 pounds with diabetes[type 1], epilepsy, fatty liver disease, Alpha 1 antitripsin deficiency [carrier status], former pcos sufferer, and endometrial polyp and cancer survivor. I have joined this forum in the hopes of finding someone who can explain
[More] their conditions to me and to see what options there are available for treatments for my conditions. And to lend what information I can gather to others in a supportive and friendly manner.
thank you you are too kind. i am scared but, coping. i have liver disease. i hope they are as informaive for me as you have found in your quest. again thank you. i have to get passed scared, i think?!!?
Hi I just saw your post on the diabetic forum, I am pre daibetic so I check ther to find anything useful to know about as they are pretty knowledgeable , welcome to MH I hope you get some answers , how are you doing ...
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