its been a while since my last visit here.
iam now soon 12 weeks post tx and i did have a poor time the last couple of weeks.
i felt nausea very often and i thought my liver is near the end,because i felt so horrible.
but since 1 week i can feel an improvement of my condition.physical and mental.
my deprerssion has improved and i can go work full time since 2 weeks.my nausea has also improved and i have
noticed my appetite is getting better also.
so iam very thankful for this improvement and i hope it will continue this way.
in 2 weeks i will have my 13 week post tx apointment at the transplant center and i hope iam still UND.and i really hope that my liver can heal again.
i hope everybody here is fine.
good luck on the 13 week blood work marc.....so many folks seem to get very anxious post tx.....it can be a while to feel real good...we beat the he** out of ourselves during tx.....keep us posted.....billy
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