My fiance was finishing treatment when we started dating. But Hep C is still active. She has to do treatment all over again. Now she does not want to do anything to do with me or anyone around her. I want to support her in every way as possible. She is also so hard headed. At the same time she has sickle cell. So her red blood cell count is low some times. Currently she is taking medication to create normal red blood cells. Then she has to do treatment all over again double the dosage. But her mood swings are uncontrollable. She is going to see a physiologist this week for some anit d. She is mad at the world, mad at God, and does not want to be home because it is depressing. Would it be wise if she moves out and handles it by herself? Which she wants to do, but I want to be there at all time because i love her. What should i do?
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