About Me: Female, Sacramento, CA, member since Aug 2012
I am just about to turn 36. I have autoimmune hepatitis that has developed into early cirrhosis. My cirrhosis is genetic not from alcoholism. My spleen is enlarged and I have portal hypertension. I had a stroke in 2008 and have had chronic migraines since then. I have 4
[More] young children and so I am very busy and very tired.
"Why hasn't anyone ever answered this question?? YES! It absolutley makes a difference and I wish someone would have told me. I found out I had it when I was 20 and careless. I don't remember anyone telling me how serious it was. Everyone..."
"I have had AIH since I was 20 and my 36th birthday is right around the corner...I have 9 year old twins, a 2 1/2 year old and a 9 month old. It is VERY possible so DON'T GIVE UP! I admit I did not stay on treatment during my first pregna..."
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