This year I have a clearer picture of the state of my liver, as my husband was allowed in with me and he was able to read notes that I couldn't see whilst lying on my back being examined.
Liver is apparently slightly enlarged, but that has been written off as "expected" for someone with cirrhosis. On the screen I couldn't see any scarring, but I know that doesn't mean there isn't any - given that not all scarring is external. No ascites (but I already got that confirmed when I saw my consultant before Christmas - he's taken me off the Spironolactone because he's so happy with my continued stability) and nothing noticably abnormal beyond my liver being enlarged. I really did get fed up with people telling me I'm "fine" or even "cured" over the last 18 months, so I'm glad my husband was allowed in with me and could look at the screens and the notes that were being typed up. I actually know what the real state of things is now, as opposed to being constantly confused by different people.
So yes, I have a liver with cirrhosis - but it functions well enough that I have never redeveloped ascites, and I don't require a transplant. I've not had my blood results back yet, but I intend to call tomorrow (I had bloods done just before Christmas). At least nobody has felt the need to call me about them, so I'll just assume that no news is good news.