Just a quick note to say hi! welcome cat33 I do not understand your illness but perhaps as a friend we can share knowledge
There is no part of life that does not contain lessons. I you are alive there are lessons to be learnt I hope we can become friends
quirkey the slow turtle
thank you little girl for you info.
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I'm sorry I really don't know how to use this site that good yet didn't realiae you could do this let me ask you I have been told that colorodo has less restrictions than some other states for people who need a transplant have you heard this also basically it's easier to get on the list by going there I'm told even though I have done and continue to do therapy I have been told you don't have to do this out there do you know anything about that also I just started doing some of the tests for transplant one was a tb test and mine came back red I know this can happen and it doesn't mean you activly have tb just means you have been exposed to someone who has had tb do you know if they would stop evaluating me for that thanks any help is alway's appreciated
Just a quick note to say hi Well I tried to find a way I could leave a longer note. I am really tired today but it is from actual physical work. I am a true junk collector. My front bedroom left nothing to your imagination. I got 6 boxes for Goodwill. I have been blessed today with energy. I have a husband that will remind mw when I need to slow down. I wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving and remember to count you blessings
Hi cat33 I am not a MedHelp employee or Community Leader...I am just a member. I made the navigation tips up myself just from my own personal experience w/it & knowledge of it. I am not able to answer your question about the Tracker you would want to contact medhelp for that and they should be able to help you with it!
Have a great day!
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Hi cat 33 again :-)
My liver test are normal now. It's my RDW and Platelets that are low but I can live with that. I will be seeing a neurologist for my right eye, dizziness and a balance problem.There is so much I could tell you but I would be writing for ever here. My biggest problem is that my family really doesn't get it and it hurts me. I hope you have better support at home. My biggest problem is that my family really doesn't get it and it hurts me. I hope you have better support at home. Now to you. How are you doing? What is your meld score now? I feel with you and I am so sorry and happy for you at the same time that you are on the transplant list . Please let me know how you are doing,ok. I am thinking of you. Hugs Angelika
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It was really nice to hear from you and that you were still thinking about me. I also was diagnosed with end stage liver disease active chronic autoimmune hepatitis. It took them a while to figure it all out. It was such a roller coaster. I had the meld score of 19. My Gastro Dr. send me to Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis for Liver Transplant Evaluation. What a torture for 2 days. I know you can relate. By then I had a meld score of 13 and I was to healthy for a liver transplant. Which I am so happy about. I suppose to go back in September for another check up. I respond really well on the Prednasone, additional to Cellcept, Diruetics and Potassium and Protanixs. My liver test are normal now.
Thank you so much for responding back to me. I left a response for you on the topic I started. God bless you Susan..
Welcome to the forum. I was dx with hep c, genotype 1a three months ago and will be started treatment soon. I have learned so much from this site as will you. People here are well-informed and so very, very helpful. Best wishes for your journey.