yes you do have cirrhosis and also advanced (>12.5kpa cirrhosis), it is impossible to have a wrong reading because even if you are overweight and the wrong probe was used (which is also an impossible mistake) the reading has to be at least 9kpa less not to be cirrhosis
anyway you dont have to worry too much i had cirrhosis too and regressed in 1.5years, just follow my steps if you can afford, which is:
only organic fresh food
vegetables, frutis, very little meat, no dairies
liposomal vitamin c and liposomal glutathione from livon labs if oxidative stress tests are abnormal
gcmaf if nagalase is abnormal
tests like nagalase and oxidative stress tests are available only at research level labs like:
you also need to test fibroscan every 6 months to see progression or worsening, do not have a biopsy it damages the liver and has a small risk of death, it will make no difference to have a biopsy if not make more damage
nagalase is extremely important test because antivirals are not able to prevent liver cancer, only hbsag clearance lowers liver cancer risk to almost none.so it is best to have this nagalase the lowest possible, if not normal, because this nagalase inactivates macrophages lowering general immune response (immune deficency if nagalase>5) opening a door to cancers
fibroscan together with US every 6 months (at research center they used 4 months US for me at first due to the high HCC risk and a possible one they found in 2010, luckly it disappered 4 months later)
the US needs to be a good one with sensibility for 1-2mm nodules, it is best not to use other invasive tools because they have sides (like contrast liquind which damages kidneys or tomography with Xrays promoting tumors), my choice has been only frequent US
you probably had cirrhosis already at baseline and now slowing decreasing, the very bad of cirrhosis is you can t feel it or detect it by blood tests, it is rare to go to decompensation on early cirrhosis so a person goes ahead without feeling the damage in the liver
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