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Ultrasound indicates normal size liver but cirohsis. Hep c, no ascietes, no swelling, sgot, sgpt high. Gallstone. Ef heart 40%.What is best option?

Can we Rx hep C? If your hepatitis c can be treated / managed, the cirrhosis is likely to regress some. You'd be doing yourself a favor. If the gallstone is in the gall-bladder & not an issue, you may consider leaving it alone. Talk with your physician about whether your hepatitis c might be infectious to any partner. Be strong and stay proactive. Read more...

Having heart disease, hepc, liver cirohsis, gallstone. Taking acitrom 1mg n 2mg alternate days. Can we give garlic alternate day n 1mg acitrom daily..

Garlic. What good effects do you expect from garlic. With all the problems, adding extra things into the mix, especially unproven ones may be a bad idea. Read more...
Why...? Garlic (allium sativum) has antibacterial, antimycotic, and lipid-lowering effects. The product is used in folk medicine for arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure, colds/coughs, GI bloating, menstrual cramps, diabetes, arthritis.Too much can lead to stomach complaints and allergic reactions. You are describing end-stage liver disease for which garlic has no benefit. Please don't waste your health! Read more...

Hving hep c, cirohsis, heart mvr done 2006, gall stone...Can we eat gram flour or will it hv any effect on these problems?

See below. Depending on the stage of liver cirrhosis decreased protein consumption may be recommended. In order to decrease risk of heart strain, HTN should be avoided (low cholesterol, low salt foods). To minimize chances for acute cholecystitis from gallstones, fatty and greasy foods should be avoided. There is no absolute restriction on any product, it is what constitutes diet overall. Read more...
No effect. Grain flour should not have any affect on your liver or your anticoagulation. Read more...

Hepc, decomposed liver cirohsis, heart ejection fraction 40 %. Can new drug sofosbuvir still help in reducing the hep c infection?

It may but no. Guarantees. God bless u! http://www.m.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/features/hepatitis-c-alternative-treatments. http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/cm/. Read more...