NASH, stage III with bridging fibrosis
Good morning. I received this diagnosis in March, NASH, stage III with bridging fibrosis I am working on serious lifestyle changes, including eating whole plant based foods and daily exercise. I have lost 10 lbs so far. I feel like I'm going through a grieving process. Is that normal? Should I seek a counselor?
I'm not sure if this is serious. Will this be totally resolved with weight loss? If so, then no big deal, right? Lose weight, life goes back to normal with new diet guidelines. No worries?
My GI doc says I should try Weight Watchers, if I want. She says to do whatever diet is right for me, but how do I know what is right?
I just lost my thyroid to atrophy and I dont know how that happened. I am diabetic, type 2. I am overwhelmed yet feel like I shouldn't be. Then I feel guilt for feeling overwhelmed and should be more stoic and dedicated to weight loss. Most of my life I was active, until I started having thyroid problems. The fatigue would come over me in waves and I found fast food was so much easier than trying to cook and
clean. I quickly gained weight, even when I cut back on calories. Thank you for listening.