Patrick Worms

Sheila Nesmith-Worms Needs A LIVING Liver DONOR

She does for others first before she does for herself. She needs all of our help.

Their is so much I can say about my wife who is my best friend. She is beautiful on the inside and the outside. She is always willing to do for others before she does for herself. She is a wonderful mother to all of our children.
When we found out that she had liver disease and needed a new liver I was devastated. I couldn’t believe with all the working out she does and how she eats health that this had happened to her. After going to her Dr appointments with her and hearing things I wanted to get test but I had to be well to take care of her when she has her transplant.
One of the many things she loved to do was work out and stay fit. This has limited her to how she can work out.
Our plan when we got together was to grow old together, so please help us keep that plan and help her have the liver transplant that she needs.

She loved being a Zumba instructor and working out. She loves being active, the woman never sits down. It has slowed her down being so tired all the time, but she pushes through it. She goes to work everyday and doesn’t miss a beat. She still works but has had to modify her workouts.
Her appetite had started to decline and she didn’t have the taste for food anymore.

It would mean the world to her. To go back doing the activities that she loved to do and have her stomach to not look as swollen as it does. To go back to eating the things she loves.

All we are asking is to share her story. It would mean so much to Sheila and our family to have the transplant.


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If you are considering being a living donor please use links below to contact Sheila Nesmith-Worms's Transplant Center. Begin by completing the donor questionnaire

Yale New Haven Transplantation Center

333 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT, 06520

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