I have hemphatic Ecepolacipy and went through three last years with reactions of total memory loss and short comas. Have MELD of 25 now, Creatine within normal levels. For past three months have been…Continue
"Adrian Montgomery, Houston(Katy), Texas 77449
I have a severe liver problem(NASH) and have been dealing with the problems for several years worse the last two. Doing with all meds primarily Lactulose and Xifaxan 550 mg 2xday. Enchepilocy has been a…"
"Interesting comment Bob. I was thinking about that today when I took my vitamin E from Biotics Research. I have learned that not all vitamin companies sell quality vitamins.
Glad that you listened. You never know what you might learn or become…"
I listened on the talkradio it was very good I recommended specially to those that have liver disease. They did mention treatment of NASH (NASFLD) with large doses of vitamin E, I went through that in the mid 80's and didn't…"
"TODAY (4/1) at 1 PM/ET on BlogTalkRadio: What is Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease?
• What is Fatty Liver Disease (FLD)? Are there different types of FLD?
• What type person develops Fatty Liver Disease (FLD)? How many people have…"
"Did you mean Hepatic Encephalopathy, the letters got all scrambled, happens to me all the time when I used my "smart phone" to send messages...why do they call them smart phones?
Encephalopathy as you probably know is a symptom of liver…"
I have hemphatic Ecepolacipy and went through three last years with reactions of total memory loss and short comas. Have MELD of 25 now, Creatine within normal levels. For past three months have been OK except some days very tired. Under good care in Texas Medical Center. Where is this headed time wise and what to watch for. Have lost weight and exercise as much as I can. Walk and bike.See More
"Bobbie I am going through the same Hemphatic Encephalopathy pending transplant I started having noticeable problems about three years ago despite having a small warning about tens ago. I am a non drinker except in my 20's and socially for a few…"