She looked me in the eye and said “I’m not surprised, you’re very ill, you have hepatitis C and cirrhosis of the liver, you need to go to your GP and get a referral to a specialist TODAY. Take this seriously, don’t delay and don’t expect an easy cure this will take a long time”. Sitting across a desk from the specialist I heard him say, in response to my question about how long before I would need a liver transplant or die from liver failure “five years, but we do have a treatment that has some success”. Into the third month of the treatment called “combination therapy”, which essentially is chemotherapy, I realised that I was completely unprepared for the viciousness of the side effects made worse by the significant reduction of my liver function. It was a nightmare.
I stopped the treatment. The specialist said “I thought you might”, and not much else.
There’s no other treatments available from medical science, although there’s plenty of trials going on in the US, most of which I’m not eligible for as my platelet levels are so low. Dead end.
Enter Dr George.
Over the last four and a half years I’ve been treated with Dr Georges ayurvedic potions and been to India twice for treatment under his supervision. The most recent appointment and all the associated tests needed with my specialist at the Alfred (who was trained at the famous Mayo Clinic in the US) show that my blood tests, apart from the platelets, are as close to normal as someone with hep C and cirrhosis can have.
The medical term is “very well compensated liver disease”. The only treatments of any kind that I have had in the last four and a half years have been ayurvedic treatments and almost all from Dr George. I now have energy, no muscle pain or any of the other symptoms of liver disease, in fact I’m feeling the best I have for many years.
So if you’ve been told by a specialist something you don’t want to accept, or if you’re just sick of going to a GP, given a prescription and back out on the street in ten minutes, go and see Dr George, his treatments improved my condition beyond all expectation and maintains it at level that I can live a relatively normal life indefinitely which is a far call from five years left.
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