I'm 25 yo and have recently been diagnosed with bcs, which is quite a rare condition, so I was quite shocked about having this condition. I was in a critical state two day after I had been admitted into hospital. By the time I had been transfered to a specialist hospital I had gone into renal and liver failure and my husband and my mom were told that if the TIPPS procedure didn't work there would be nothing else they could do for me,( I'm quite glad that I was oblivious to all of this). I am now thankfully back at home with my two young children and my husband. I still feel shocked and scared by all of this and I'm finding it hard to get my head round. I had my TIPPS procedure 7 weeks ago now but I still feel tired and my whole abdomen area aches. I just want to feel better so I can get back to being a mother to me children I feel as though they are missing out on so much as I am unable to do things with them because I am constantly tired and uncomfortable. Does any body know when I feel a bit more like my self?
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