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Liver Cirrhosis - YHK Treatment

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 15, 2013
  • 00:43 AM


My mother (56 years old) was diagnosed with decompensated liver cirrhosis in Sep'12. She was hospitalized for 3 weeks and then she is currently taking diuretics, lactulose medicine & low sodium diet. She has certainly improved but doctors are saying she has to undergo liver transplant as her liver is damaged and the improvement is not so good. She is in regular medical check up and the stage of liver cirrhosis is Child C - MELD 11. As liver transplant is a complicated one, my family is worried about her condition. We were looking for an alternate medicine and we have just come across this in internet (link below). It is very encouraging and give a new hope as they promise good results without any side effects. Can someone suggest me if we can go for these tablets, will it be a good idea at this stage? Please give your opinion on this.



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  • Cirrhosis is a form in which the liver slowly gets worse due to chronic injury. In this condition, healthy liver tissues are replaced by severe scar tissues which block the flow of blood through the liver. In end-stage cirrhosis, the liver can no longer effectively replace damaged cells, so we have to immediately look for the best course of treatment for it. You can contact to Justsavelives organ transplant clinic where they have an expertise team who can guide you in the right direction.
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    • September 28, 2013
    • 10:42 AM
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