But it's been two years and I'm still trying to figure it out. Sometimes I do wonder if maybe it's just not possible to turn back the clock all the way. Once the damage gets to a certain point, maybe there really is no way to reverse it.
I suppose that makes sense. I mean, if I see a woman who spent 20 years sunbathing, it just makes sense that her skin might be permanently damaged from the sun (whereas someone who has avoided the sun and used sunscreen will still have baby smooth skin). The person who went and sunbathed will have a lot more cell damage, and their skin will look like it's aged, more than someone who avoided the sun. So, I guess that if my husband also experienced a lot of cell damage, from cirrhosis, that's just the way it goes. Why should he get to look just like someone who didn't drink and do serious damage to his liver, when that is exactly what really did happen? And maybe I should just be happy that we were able to reverse a lot of the damage, but not all of it.
But you guys know me... I want to figure out how to reverse it ALL! : D
Anyway, this is the article...