Re: Re: NEWCOMER Hello Kimi
- Amen, Claudine..
This is what I was trying to express earlier in a post but it had to do
with insomnia. Hopefully the doctors will get a clue that there are MANY
symptoms experienced no matter what degree of damage. It does not only
come with end stage. My symptoms are periodic, some days better than
others, but I feel it is because of the stage I am in. And when I feel on
top of mountain, BANG... liver here! Seem to always get brain fog when the
head needs to be cleared! I am always made aware I have to slow down. To me
in the later stages of liver damage you would constantly feel symptoms and
to a greater degree.
When I went to my gastro for my thyroid, I told her that I couldnt think
or concentrate and felt in a fog. She looked at my strangely , patted my
knee and said we'll get you better. So I always assumed it had to do with
That's why this list is important to me. I have learned so much and
feel comfortable to express myself if needed without reproach.
> I hear so much about the "brain fog" I can't believe the docs haven't
> figured out it's present no matter what degree of liver damage you have>