Was reading your story. I re live my 2 years prior to my Liver Transplant. I was so scared and lived alone and never had any warning when I would go into The Zone Of I Don't Know Who I Am Or What I Am Doing Can't Figure Out How To Call For Help...
That is the past!!! We are alive and well
I’d like to welcome you to the Transplant Café. You are now a member of a warm, friendly, supportive, caring, understanding, sensitive and informative site. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask and I’ll be glad to help you out. So glad you are here and again welcome to the Transplant Café. Here’s a link that might help you get started: www.transplantcafe.com/forum/topic/show?id=2024407:Topic:2985Take care, Karen
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