|huband has stage 4 hepatist c
Nov 12, 2009
whatis the length of life for my husband's problem he is also on hemodialysis
Response from Dr. McGovern
It is hard to say since patients with compensated cirrhosis can do well for some time. However, once the cirrhosis becomes decompensated, lifespan is shortened. Decompensation would include development of fluid in the belly for example.
I think you and your husband should have this conversation with your doctor so you can get better information since I don't know the details of his case.
In the meantime, I would avoid all alcohol and get fully immunized against hepatitis A and B if he has never been exposed.
Hepa B vaccine should be repeated for husband?
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