my hubby was dianosed 7 yrs ago done 48 treatment w/viral load he just took another liver biopsy his liver is stage 3 outta 4 im s worried he hasnt felt good since very swollen in his stomache kinda feverish but sleeping alot like 14 to 16 hr a day i think he needs to go the the hospital what do yall think i should do ?also dealing with alot of anxiety...help me please....
How are you? What other symptoms are present? Can you elaborate on your husband's diagnosis and condition? If the swelling, fever and sleeping for prolonged periods persist, it is best that you check with his doctor for proper evaluation. More so if he has Stage 3 Liver disease that warrants direct clinical examination. Additional diagnostic tests may also be needed. Take care and do keep us posted.
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