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My husband has fatty liver live in Goldsboro NC. Do you have references for Dr.s in our area for treatment. He is having lots of nausea and not a lot of energy. Love



I'm Lynne

I'm new to the forum. I have Nash. I've also got fibromyalgia, under active thyroid and osteopenia!!! Hope you are all as well as can be xxxx


Hi Lynn, my name is Mary. I have NAFLD, NASH stage 2. Less than a year ago I broke my heal walking on the treadmill. March 16 I fractured my fibulia. They are waiting to get me in for a bone density test.

My question is osteopenia related to your NASH?

Thank you

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I don't think so, think it's more related to my fibromyalgia. So sorry you are having a bad time. I'm wait to hear when my scan will be. Love and hugs Lynne xxxx


Good morning. Tomorrow is the day bone scan at 9:00, x-rays at 1:30 Dr at 2:00.


Keep me posted and I will you. Then I don't feel so alone. Hugs!!!

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I'm so disappointed. My Dr just called my liver enzymes are still rising.


Oh, that's such a shame. I had my dexa scan yesterday, they phoned on Tuesday with cancellation. Get results in a week . How are you feeling now? Xxxx


Hi Mary

How are you feeling now? I actually got some sleep last night, probably cos of exhaustion!! That means no sleep tonight!! My husband gets off to sleep as soon as his head hits the pillow!! Some people have all the luck!! Take care xxxx