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How social networking can help us to save our own lives. --> e-Patients Website
Unfortunately, not so much. I do go online once a week to see if I can find anything new on PCLD and I will continue to check. *I* could be of help to a site like this if I had the time and energy. Right now it's taking everything I got just to do my reduced work schedule. I'm trying to accept that I will have to go on disability.
It just sucks that I will be forced to lose everything I've worked for in my career of almost 14 years before I will be "cured". It's not necessarily like that for all medical problems, it's just the nature of *my* disease.
My doctors keep telling me that I'm not dying yet, it just FEELS like I am. Fuck. See ? I don't even want to talk about it,...so I will end this "comment" by saying I am truly blessed with the friends, family and husband that I have. I REALLY chose well in my close relationships. I have also gotten to experience truly amazing and wonderful adventures in my life and I am determined to get a new liver so I can have still more of them.
Thank you, dear Syd.
OOps. shit. I accidentally deleted my first comment that said (roughly) if I had the internet when I was 19 I would have KNOWN I had liver trouble and would have demanded an ultrasound.
I could have avoided all the stuff that makes my liver worse such as coffee, chocolate, estrogen (the pill), soy, cows milk, etc. etc.
I may have never even needed to have a transplant because I could have kept it in check with diet alone. Once it gets to the stage it is now, there is no reversing it,...at least they haven't found anything yet.
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