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May 5, 2015 · Diagnosed with NASH. Listed for liver transplant in Transplants

Thank’s for your seconed reply.
That made my day with your quote .Don’t worry about nothing and pray about everything.
I hope you don’t mind if I use that again.
And I agree with you 100%, Exercise is a must. Evan if it’s just a little

May 5, 2015 · Diagnosed with NASH. Listed for liver transplant in Transplants

Hi Dianne
Thank’s for your response. I can relate to what your going thru with the pain and fatige and just not feeling well anymore.
I saw were you had said you believe that milk thistle has helped you with your nash. Is this something you take everyday ? I need to research it farther.
Like you said ,medical technology has come a long way but we all need to do everything that we can to help ourselve’s.

Take care and I hope this find’s you doing as best as possible. Thank’s Howard

Jan 16, 2015 · Diagnosed with NASH. Listed for liver transplant in Transplants

Thank’s Rosemary. I will definatly ck it out. Glad you recieved your transplant and hopefully your doing well

Jan 7, 2015 · Diagnosed with NASH. Listed for liver transplant in Transplants

Hello all.
My name is Howard and I have been Diagnosed with NASH. I’m not a drinker and my Dr. said it probably started out as Fatty Liver disease. I’ve been listed for two year’s for liver transplant due to cirrhosis of the Liver. When it first started out I was sick all the time and in the hospital 4 time’s. In November of 2013 my MELD score went up to 23. But since then I’ve made lifestyle changes and my meld is down to a 14. I still fight with the chronic fatige but feel pretty good all thing’s considered. Has anyone else out there experciened this also ?. I almost feel like it’s the calm before the storm.