Hi! I have a really wierd suituation going on with my mother -in-law.At 75,she's been diagnosed with advanced stage cirrhosis.She had ascites but they took out 3 lts after tapping.She still has some ascites (her stomach is at about 96 cm,).But she did recieve a blood transfusion .After her blood transfusion she seems like she has a lot of energy. But whats really wierd is that she is constantly hungry.She doesnt eat a whole lot at once but she's been eating every 2 hours.For the 18 yeras that I've known her I have never seen her eat this much. It almost seems like she's obsessed with food. When she is not eating, she talks about eating. I hope this is not a sighn of mental confusion.She was diagnosed about 3 weeks ago. She has chronic hep c(high level).She is a small frame woman weighing about 107.Looks really feeble.The doc is not going to treat her hep c and she's not a candidate for liver transplant.Has any one seen anything like this?
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