I have been coming to the site for close to a month and just reading the posts. I want to thank everyone for all of the valuable information that I have received. I am going in to hopefuly have my second paracentisis (sp) tomorrow. My last one was 26 months ago. I have a question. I have read that many of you have this done fairly often. Does needing to have one after so long mean that I may be getting worse? I am end stage, but my last checkup at the transplant center 7 month ago went really well. All of my labs were normal, meld score of 6 and nor ascietes. I also work full time and am going back to school to finish my BSN at 42. I am starting to get worried and I don't really have anyone to talk to about my fears. My family and friends are wonderful, but they try so hard to keep my spirits up that sometime it is easier to act happy instead of how I really feel. God Bless!
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