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Enlarged spleen, damaged liver, low WBC, platelet count, cold. Liver transplant done. Prognosis?

I had a liver tranplant 12 years ago but the last 3 months my spleen is enlarged and I am waiting for my biopsy to come back I had a light and the dr told me that my liver is really damaged. The reason for my first transplant was I had primary billiary scherios they think it is back and if so I will not be going on a tranplant list. My stomach is enlarged and my white cells and platets are very low and I am cold all the time. I just got a cold can I fight this and how long can I live with this disease? I really need some answers
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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your conditions is really is very bad. you stomach is enlarged due to ascities, spleen due to blood cells damage. you cannot go for the transplant anymore. you have to live with the current condition to remaining for your life. don't how much you could live. take the supportive treatment as prescribed by your doctor.

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