bridging fibrosis. Unfortunately, if it keeps progressing at this rate, I may only have a few years left with my newest little liver, but again, only if it continues like this. When I went to USC to hand out information for donate life month, I met a 75 year old man with hepatitis C. He had his transplant 6 years ago, and has no fibrosis on his new liver. He said, "All you have to do is make it a few more years, and something will be out to help you." I sure hope he is right, because I am freakin' tired! Which leads me to my next bit of news. I quit my job. Really, this time. It was only part-time, but it was becoming too much for me. And once I got my biopsy results back, I was really over it. I am praying that I didn't underestimate my monetary contribution to the home. :-/ I also hope I don't lose my mind from being home- Mentally, it gets to me, and I don't need anything else getting to me right now. Hehe. I think that the thought of getting sick again soon rather than later, has been on my mind more than usual. I'm not digging it.
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