"Oh, and I have never had a fibroscan because my doctor could tell I had cirrhosis from palpitating my liver. Labs are all normal now though platelets are still lowish. And I still have ultrasounds and blood work every 6 months. But those..."
"Yeah, it was pretty scary at the time. Fortunately, I met Howie who was such a treasure trove of support and information and reassurance. I will always remember the day he told my son, "Your Mom is not going to die from Hep C" It was ra..."
I'm resurfacing...sort off. Still HCV undetectable thanks to the Harvoni treatment. Recovering from my transplant. More neurological and psychological issues than before, but nothing I can't help myself deal with.. as long as I ask for help and not isolate like I do.
I hope you are making the most of life too.
Wow ! a year can seem like a lifetime or a dream after what I've been through. Power to the willing. Thinking of you.
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