"I live in Milton Ontario Canada L9T4J4.
Waiting for a liver transplant was only listed May 2013. Can't complain, still able to get out and about-just get tired easily so rest up. Just finished shoveling snow--in a fashion. My husband used the…"
"You certainly have some challenges before you The preteen years are a roller coaster ride anyways with your girls feeling unattractive which advertising and peer pressure affecting them. Our granddaughter suffered from anorexia badly three years…"
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Are You Male or Female?
Share - which illness led up to you needing a transplant?
Primary biliary Cirrhosis. Have lived with it 10 years
Which Organ(s) did you receive? If you are on the waiting list, please share.
None yet-waiting results something gone wrong with pancreas. Not sure if I will be removed from transplant list
Drugs, vitamins, favorite foods
Urso,nadalol,losec,spirolactone multi vitamin,calcium lactulose
How many years have you had your Transplant for?
I am Interested in Transplant Friends because...
Hope to chat with others. I had preliminay tests 10 years ago and told that I was too healthy. My immune system is the pits and doctor is considering sending me for comparative tests to see if any changes.
Which Transplant Center has or will perform your life saving surgery?
London Hospital.London Ontario
Share how your transplant experience changed your life?
Haven't had one yet
Share whatever information you want us to know about you
Happily married 43 years, two daughters,four grandchildren
Share your interests and hobbies
Not much these days. Within last five months have fallen and broken both wrists. Trying to do crocheting again
What Part of The World Do you Live? Feel free to share city, state, country
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Welcome Pat to Transplantfriends. I am sorry to hear your immune system is not doing well. This is a good site to talk to others who have had/ or are having difficulties with their immune system. Welcome and wishing you the best.