About Me: Female, 60, FITCHBURG, MA, member since Apr 2013
I was a drinker growing up and at the age of 53 I was told I have cirrhosis of the liver either go home drink dig my own grave or quit. After two days in the hospital and lots of thinking I quit
[More] after a few test I was told I was at stage four and put things in order, I did even have a bucket list. But this pain is always there. I would like to know if it is going to stay with me?
"thank you, that makes me feel better, I just don't like not knowing whats happening. My doctor only gave me three yrs so I'm going to make the best of it. Last week I had a massage and for the first time in a year I'm walking okay, I g..."
"I have a pain in my left side right near my hip. I have stage four cirrhosis of the liver but the doctor hasn't done anything about that? I take a pain killer for the nerve damage in my left leg that's all. I'm going for a colonoscopy..."
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