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    An_252794 posted:
    I think my son has a form of Hepatitis or something. his skin is yellow and his eyes are yellow. He went to the doctor and the doctor said his liver was fine but that he needs to come in to discuss the results of the rest of his blood work. now he wont go back to the doctor. he drinks a lot and does drugs and sleeps around. I tried to get him to go to drug rehab away from here but he refused and we had to throw him out. I am so worried and I don't know what to do. I am reaching out for any suggestions.
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    oldtiff47 responded:
    YOU NEED TO FIND SOMEONE TO TALK TO FACE TO FACE........LIVER DISEASE IS NOTHING TO PLAY WITH AT ALL.....

    TIFF
    DON'T TAKE YOUR ORGANS TO HEAVEN...HEAVEN KNOWS WE NEED THEM HERE !!


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