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    I've been diagnosed with Fatty Liver
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    Baller posted:
    I've been diagnosed with Fatty Liver and and really cut down on my drinking. I have a doctors appointment on Wednesday and have event this evening and will be drinking. How badly will this reflect on blood test on Wed? (today is Sat).
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    Sannddee responded:
    Baller, why on earth would you try to fool your doctor? How is he supposed to correctly diagnosis your problems(and I do mean problems, plural). Because if you we're told not to drink alcohol, then you already have your first problem. And believe me from experience, I now have cirrhosis of the liver and I no longer drink alcohol. Not because my doctor says so but because I want to live. Please, please, please, do not try to fool your doctor, because you are only fooling yourself. Good luck and I pray for you to realize the seriousness of your condition. Sannddee


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