Living With Liver Disease

The Unacceptable Truth

New Online Forum!

We now have an online forum as well as our Facebook group. Please sign up and interact with others who suffer liver disease.

Welcome to the Site

The Living With Liver Disease site is all about providing up to date knowledge on all aspects of liver disease. We aim to do this through our 'Wiki' or knowledge base and through forums where people can meet others who suffer with liver disese.

We are here to help

We welcome sufferers and care-givers alike. This road is a tough one and we all need some help at times.

No Magic Cures

Liver disease is generally regarded as untreatable and incurable but it has to be said we have had many success stories and many people, myself included can benefit hugely from the information here.

Working Together

Giving support and receiving support is what this site is all about. By working together we can accomplish great things!

Current Information

We try to keep this site as up to date as possible but tend not to post information which is speculative in nature. We prefer information that is real and actual.

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WIKI

Our Wiki is the heart of all knowledge on the site - browse to your heart's content and know that knowledge is key in fighting this disease!

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FACEBOOK

Join us in our Facebook forum! Launched just at the beginning of this year we have approaching 400 members with interesting stuff happening every day!

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My Story

I went through this terrible disease from start to transplant evaluation and had one life-changing experience. You can read my story here!

Frequently Asked Questions

I have Fatty Liver Disease, what do I do?

Easy! Sort your diet out, lose weight if you need to and get some exercise! FLD is completely reversible 🙂

I have Cirrhosis, how long have I got?

Simple question difficult answer. Rest assured though most people live for a long, long time with cirrhosis and many people can actually get better. This site can help you do this!

Can End Stage Cirrhosis be cured?

No is the simple answer but it can be managed, controlled and treated. Unfortunately scar tissue once created does not go away in a hurry. For people with compensated cirrhosis, it can be reversed and cured.

What Other Are Saying

I have learned more from this site than from any of my doctors!

Until I found this site I was totally lost, scared and didn't know what to do. This site has been a lifesaver!

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