Hi Bigguy and yes, this site was a real find for me when I was diagnosed with a disease I had never heard of and there was virtually no information available other than from my doctor.
I can tell you that two years have passed since my initial illness, hospitalization, diagnosis and treatment and I am now feeling almost normal. I am doing most everything that I want and able to stay awake most of the time! So, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. I hope the best for your wife; AIH is a very unusual disease.
Thanks and Wow . Glad you are feeling better . You know I just thought my wife would take meds for a few days and all would be forgotten . Well I clearly see that is not the case now and it is still scary for us . Gathering all the information I can and still learning what high and normal means . We just went for the first Dr visit since starting meds (6 weeks) and her numbers had not dropped so Dr increased both meds .
Thanks for the king words of support and all the best to you !
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