Wow! That is great news. I am so happy for you that you are getting your transplant. Here's wishing you a very successful transplant, a smooth and speedy recovery, and a wonderful life with your new liver.
I went back and reviewed comel of your posts over the last year and a half. What a stressful and horrid time you have had. From what I read, you are in very competent hands . I wish you the very best and hope so much this puts you back on your feet.
By now your transplant must be well underway if not completed. I'm sending all my best wishes and hopes for an in eventful procedure and rapid recovery. Don't forget to check in again and let us know how you are doing!
I was transplanted on Feb 8th with additional surgery Feb 10th, I was released Feb 19th. I wish to thank the wonderful team at Froedtert and the Medical College for their complete dedication and caring. I am home. sore and tired so I think I'll take a nap. I'm going to be OK>
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