Pohiki, WG's mom was an alcoholic. David isn't a drinker.
My short-term memory isn't the greatest and I do some mindless things from time to time, but I chalk it up to the brain cells I killed in the 60s, aging, and all the general anesthesia I've had in the past 7 yrs. for surgeries. I've never been yellow.
I do want to mention that you should be under the care of a hepatologist and get a current scan of your liver. I developed liver cancer from hep C and am very fortunate to still be here today.
Post Edited (hep93) : 3/3/2010 3:56:35 PM (GMT-7)
Pohiki, if you can get insurance, an MRI with Gadolinium would be the way to see if those spots on your liver are cancerous. They were able to diagnose my cancer with this method and without doing a biopsy. Of course, for cirrhosis and the overall condition of your liver, a biopsy is warranted. They sometimes don't like doing them due the the risk of bleeding.
Good luck and hugs,