i got a letter from my gi dr on friday and when i called them...the lady said he wants to do a liver biopsy on me. i'm 41 yrs old. and my mom is terminal with hemochromatosis that has turned into cirrhosis and possibly liver cancer. her dad (my grand-father) died on the operating table at age 42 while having a hernia operation...from liver failure. i just don't know what to do. i don't trust my doctor. he never explains anything and sometimes it seems like he only wants to run unecessary procedures to make a buck.
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