Hey man. Sorry to hear that.
When ascites becomes a chronic problem, needing recurrent removal, then it usually means that your liver is in bad shape. I'm sure your hepatologist has already said all of this but the main points:
-Drastically cut back salt (less than 1gm per day)
-Cut fluid to less than 1.5L per day (1L if you can manage it)
-Use diuretics (which I assume you're already taking).
Sometimes, hepatologists will perform a TIPS procedure or a shunt to derivate the ascites away from the abdominal cavity. That may alleviate ascites in selected candidates.
There are plenty of other things, like which type of protein, vaccination, ulcer protection, but the 3 above will help the ascites problem.
However, my biggest suggestion is to keep in shape, exercise every day, stop smoking and all drugs (if you do). And obviously keep 100% abstinent from alcohol. Why? Because you will need a liver transplant. Most likely sooner than later. And depending on where you live, they might arbitrarily negate you that opportunity if they feel you're not a perfect candidate. A lot of candidates and few livers unfortunately. So put all chances on your side and be the best candidate possible.
Good news is that liver transplant nowadays is a lot simpler than even 10 years ago. The medications are better targeted. And many who do get one live a pretty good life.
You can PM anytime. Keep your head up buddy. And good luck to you, you got this.