My husband has hep c and cirrhosis stage 4 since 2003 he is getting his liver tapped today. He is on lasiks 3 times a day at 4o mg a pop. His liver and?

Ascites. Your description sounds like end stage liver disease with ascites. Abdominal paracentesis to remove fluid should temporarily relieve symptoms andcan be repeated as needed.
What is the ? Cirrhosis represents scarring of the liver. It is usefully classified as child's (or child-pugh) class a, b or c. This has nothing to do with hep c as such. Tapping fluid (ascites) suggests it is class b or c and often indicates there is poor fluid and salt management. Lasix (furosemide) needs only once daily therapy. 120 of Lasix (furosemide) usually requires spironolactone to counter the k+ loss (often in a 40:100 ratio).