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Wernicke's Encephalopathy - Why is this group so small? Is this very rare? How has everyone's loved?
Posted 24 May 2016 by punky49 • 0 answers
... ones recovered... or not recovered. I wish I had someone to compare etc. To my father's recovery. Anyone else? ??
Posted 27 Dec 2015 by angieclean • 0 answers
... drive and have our children over night (separated) Is there anyone who can help me and make sure the kids aren't in danger? Unless I divorce him and get full custody... I don't have money to do that I am terrified for the kids
Posted 15 Jun 2015 by punky49 • 1 answer
... My dad has this and we are on day 80 of intensive care. He has almost no short term memory and the part of the brain that deals with coughing was also affected so we are having serious respiratory issues, he now has a trach. Everyone just keeps saying he needs more time but the reality is that ...
Posted 19 Oct 2014 by epilive • 2 answers
I had to have the emergency Warren shunt surgery done in 1996. 5 years ago I started having encephalopathy episodes. I've been on the transplant list 12 yrs now. Is transplant the only cure? I take Lactulose 6 x day.
Posted 27 Nov 2014 by Jenmcdan • 2 answers
... sx-ascities, jaundice, bleeding "ulcers" and encephalopathy. Given moderate palliative care, can you estimate how long until he dies. Thank you
Posted 2 Nov 2014 by soph93 • 1 answer
Hiya, I don't actually have this but my mum died of this last year and I don't really understand it, I get about thiamine and that but not completely, it was all so sudden, loss of speech, then coma on life support and then gone, I'd appreciate as much insight as possible and hope it ...
Posted 23 Jul 2014 by allycatt • 2 answers
many of my husband's memories have been altered and he believes that I'm trying to harm him. simple things confuse him and when I try to explain things he gets very angry and refuses to discuss it further.
Posted 25 May 2013 by flagylangry • 3 answers
She has large abnormalities of the dentate nuclei, severe neuropathy in her legs, hallucinations, vertigo, confusion, and a whole lot more... how long will this last?
Posted 23 Oct 2013 by nikkirr • 2 answers
He has strong sexual urges (porn, masturbation, etc). Is this common? Does anyone out there experience this with their partner? If so, how do you deal with it?
Posted 13 May 2013 by melitow • 1 answer
My mom has hepatic encephalopathy and cirrhosis of the liver from past drinking/drug use and hepatitis B & C. She also has high cholesterol, blood pressure, coronary artery disease, cardiac stints, anemia (from liver), distended gallbladder, splenomegaly, 2 feet of extended large colon which ...
Posted 11 Apr 2013 by jimbo22 • 1 answer
... value in taking Rifaximin 400 mg 3 times per day Jim Warnock
Posted 29 Dec 2012 by oceans 25 • 1 answer
best treatment for hepititis c that is in remission?