Finally I have found something that I can relate to. My name is Deb. I am 28 yrs old and my mom has cirrhosis. She is currently staying with my and my family and i Have been thrown into caregiver position. I don't mind, it's just hard. She went into the hospital on new years eve. Her stomach was so swollen she looked like she was 8 months pregnant. After nine days they let her out. That was a week ago today she came home. The first few days she felt great, she was happy and laughing. As the days go by she gets worse. I don't know what to do or what to expect. We go to the dr on wed. and hope they can give her something for the pain. I'm so happy ot have found this place. This just might be my saving grace :)
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