Liver Transplant?

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Liver Transplant?

Postby ssb4353 » Tue Mar 24, 2015 9:31 am

If I had got a liver transplant from a living donor in China that has no history of tmau, can my tmau be theoretically cured?
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Re: Liver Transplant?

Postby beautifulsoul39 » Tue Mar 24, 2015 9:31 pm

Woah that is serious stuff im no expert but ii guess ,its more than just replacing a liver you can have a serious overgrowth in bacteria in your bowel also im guessing how you actually digest food may be a problem ,ie how your stomach breaks down ,it would be like fixing a broken chain on a bike but not repairing the puncture ,more research needs to be done
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Re: Liver Transplant?

Postby ssb4353 » Tue Mar 24, 2015 9:57 pm

But isn't the liver the main problem because it does not have the enzyme? Won't replacing the faulty liver with one that works also cure the other problems?
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Re: Liver Transplant?

Postby ssb4353 » Tue Mar 24, 2015 9:58 pm

Also, would doctors let me get a liver transplant for tmau when they are not sure of the outcome?
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Re: Liver Transplant?

Postby PoetFire » Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:08 am

First I would say that even if I thought a liver transplant would work I would not do it due to all the dangers (e.g. possible autoimmune problems etc)

That said, I am not sure if it would work for a metabolism genetic disorder anyhow. Your DNA programs the new cells that grow. I would guess they would still have the fault and renew the liver back to it's old DNA code ? You would need to ask about that.

To me liver transplants are good for when the person's current liver is damaged.
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Re: Liver Transplant?

Postby treacle » Sat May 23, 2015 6:18 am

If you have TMAU2 then it's more to do with having too much of the wrong bacteria in your gut rather than a faulty liver. This condition is totally treatable by diet and B2/charcoal supplementation to the degree that you can leave a normal non-paranoid life. I and others have done it you just have to persevere! :)
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