Hello. My husband detoxed in Nov this year paid privately as I could see that his health was fast deteriorating. He was drinking the large litre bottles of whisky and rum everyday and got to the point where he was vomiting, blood in urine, jaundice. On the day of discharge from the detox centre they arranged a gp apt. for him where the gp sent him straight to A&E. He has since been diagnosed with end stage liver disease and has been given a life expectancy of 3 months. He was discharged last week for palliative care in the community but came back into hospital 4 days later as he was vomiting and had black stools (diagnosed melena). He could barely eat when first admitted but now rarely eats and has had muscle weakness so is bedbound. He has again got the build of fluid around his abdomen which they wont drain due to risks of bleeding and we are being told he also has acute kidney injury. I have been reading of people sort of bouncing back after being diagnosed with decompensated liver/End stage disease. Is this possible for my husband? He doesn't seem like a 'dying' person (what do that look like?) just extremely weak and tired. He has shown signs of HE even before his detox (only know what these are through research) but not been diagnosed with this and this is horrible to witness on top of everything else. Docs first said he would be considered for transplant in 3 months, then 6 months and now are saying he has no chance to be eligible for a transplant. Have they given up on him? Any advice would be helpful.