Here's a couple of suggestions for questions
Is the cirrhosis still compensated or has it started to decompensate? In other words, does she have such complications as ascites or portal hypertension?
Should she be referred to a transplant clinic?
I agree with Connie - has she been tested for hepatitis?
Make sure the doctor knows exactly what meds she is taking, the dosage, & how often. Also, he needs to know if she is still drinking alcohol.
Keep in mind that if she is still drinking, a transplant clinic will not accept her as a patient. They will not refuse her totally, but she will need to prove to them that she has stopped drinking & is doing something about it, such as going to AA, before they will accept her as a patient.
If I can think of anything else, I will post another reply.
My situation is I have chronic HCV, ESLD, decompensated cirrhosis, & I have been referred to a transplant clinic where I am currently on the waiting list.