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Cirrhosis, hep C genotype 2, hepatocarcinoma 2 months 6 days ago #28441

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TSH should not be so high. Your mother probably needs some T3 as well as T4. 200 of T4 is high dose.

Her other numbers are ok, actually quite good with low bilirubin, normal platelets and undetected HCV.

Has Hepatitis B been checked?

Low thyroid is key problem to fix, please get doctor to give small dose of T3 and check TSH in a week.

Live donor is safe enough if surgeon is good.
YMMV
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Cirrhosis, hep C genotype 2, hepatocarcinoma 2 months 6 days ago #28442

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the last tests are better, but still low albumin. she has been given albumin twice a day for almost 10 days by a picc catheter placed in her arm. Her creatinine is still high, is it dangerous to give her diuretics? The doctor want to star them again.
Yes, she was tested for HEP B and was negative.
I also attached the initial tests and doctor notes in september, I still don't understand why she is so bad with the albumin…

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