About Me: Female, 63, Flemingsburg, KY, member since Mar 2013
looking for support while I try and keep my husband healthy who has Liver Disease, Hepatic encephalopathy,aceties. Trying to watch salt intake, keep him on his meds, stay ontop of understanding what is happening to his body. All of this on top of me having a hypothyro
[More]id, and fibro. I am stuck in the house or at home since I can't leave my husband and I have a daughter two beautiful grandaughters I don't get to spend time with. I have to admitt I feel sorry for my self and get depressed sometime. I love to garden, looking forward to warm weather.
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