If you can stop the cause of your liver injury and you just recently transitions to F4 cirrhosis it is possible with time your liver may have some small improvements.
For myself I had hep c for 37 years before it was finally cured 7 years ago with Harvoni. I was diagnosed with cirrhosis 13 years ago and I still have liver cirrhosis even though I no longer have hep c.
No one has ever fully healed from liver cirrhosis. Liver cirrhosis is scar tissue if you have any old injuries that have left scars they will never fully go away. It’s the same for liver cirrhosis. The best you can hope for is to stop the progression and hope for some improvements with time. There are currently no effective treatments for advanced liver disease especially not herbal or natural.
What you can do is try to maintain a healthy lifestyle. A heart smart diet is also a liver smart diet. So a healthy diet and getting some exercise is all you really can do. Also lose some weight if you are overweight as fatty liver can also cause liver damage.
Best of luck to you
Hello Bemat and welcome to MedHelp!
Lynn is so great and has gain such a wealth of knowledge to offer, I really can't add any further advise but I can perhaps offer hope in telling you that I too have survived Alcoholic Cirrhosis F4 diagnosed 03/23/10 almost 11 years ago. Following the same guidelines Lynn mentioned above. I had to receive disability for 5 years as I worked on my recovery and today I have returned full time to my career and a normal life. Blood lab monitoring and a CT Scan annually, a preventive measure to monitor for development of HCC (liver Cancer).
It is a long journey and looking back It seems exhausting but at the time I was just doing what I needed to recovery the best I could. Learn all you can so you can better communicate your treatment with your doctors and understand what your next approach needs to be. Also Scroll back to the top of this thread and re-read what Lynn shared as it could help you tremendously!
All the best, Randy
I do understand all the lab report and it says f3 I think this means 3rd stage and f4 is Cirrhosis. and i am is shock I did drink a fair amount beer however I quite 10 years ago any help would appreciated and can i reverse this or stop it where it is? thanks ahead of time