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What Are Obvious Signs That Your Liver Is Failing?

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James Dudley

Curejoy Expert James Dudley Explains:

Liver damage (leading to possible failure) can occur due to chronic conditions (more than 6 months to develop) and acute conditions (within eight weeks of onset of illness).

Chronic cases can take months and years to diagnose and hence early symptoms are hard to associate with liver damage. Subtle signs of onset of liver damage are nausea, a loss of appetite, recurring fatigue, and mild to severe diarrhea. Factors triggering chronic liver damage can range from Hepatitis B/C, prolonged alcohol abuse, Cirrhosis, Hemochromatosis (hereditary disorder leading to excess iron absorption), Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) & Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH), Autoimmune Hepatitis, bile duct disease, and malnutrition.

Acute or sudden liver damage and eventual failure can be as rapid as 48 hours from the onset of disease due to multiple factors like Acetaminophen (Tylenol) overdose, viruses including hepatitis A, B, and C (especially in children), reactions to certain prescription and herbal medications, ingestion of poisonous wild mushrooms, etc.

These factors can eventually lead to cirrhosis (scarring or fibrosis of liver tissue) – a condition in which the liver slowly deteriorates and is unable to function normally and repair any damage to it. Advanced stages (both chronic and acute) exhibit symptoms like jaundice (yellow skin and eyes), fluid build-up and painful swelling of the legs (edema) and abdomen (ascites), bruising and bleeding easily, enlarged veins in the lower esophagus (esophageal varices) and stomach (gastropathy), enlarged spleen (splenomegaly), stone-like particles in gallbladder and bile duct (gallstones), mental disorientation/confusion (hepatic encephalopathy), drowsiness,  etc.

 

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Lizzie Ham
Lizzie Ham 5pts

Wish I did feel lack of appetite

Abad Hussain
Abad Hussain 5pts

I have fatelever how to remove this. have plain also

Anil Kumar Varshney
Anil Kumar Varshney 5pts

I am suffering from diebetis & blood pressure. Is there any ayuravedic treatment for cure of this problem

PoonamDhawan
PoonamDhawan 5pts

Eat 1/4 tsp of grounded cinnamon dalchini everyday with water. Eat bitter guard 4 times a week. Walk everyday for 30 mnts atleast. Be happy withyour life. Dont think too much accept all the ups and down part of routine. Your blood pressure will go down.

BipinDomadia
BipinDomadia 5pts

Apple cider with cinamon powder.Useful for the both .

Maxine Greenfield
Maxine Greenfield 5pts

Thanks Nancy H Tyner for the information. I am a soda holic!!!\U0001f622 EXCUSE me , I was until I just read your seven lines. I'm done with the high-fructose corn syrup!!! Thanks thanks thanks.

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IzzyBear Essentials 5pts

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Nancy H Tyner
Nancy H Tyner 5pts

I have non-alcoholic liver disease. I've been told to avoid high-frutose corn syrup because it is digested in the liver. I've since read that there's been a rise in non-alcoholic liver diseases since the introduction of high-frutose corn syrup. Is anyone else aware of this?

Amol Pathak
Amol Pathak 5pts

Which tests are done in advance to know about the damage to liver??

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Nature is a blessing any day

Robin Burdett
Robin Burdett 5pts

Mine is handed down through family.... But ayurvedic saved me so far...

Lynda Erson Rubly
Lynda Erson Rubly 5pts

Tap water.... I think not. I don't know here you are from but in America tap water can kill you

Alkeshbhai Patel
Alkeshbhai Patel 5pts

Awerness liver disease ayurveda but not possibal serosis liver finely you transplant to liver

Rashi Kaur
Rashi Kaur 5pts

Drink 3 glass of lukewarm tap water early in the morning empty stomach and then 2 glass of lukewarm glass of water before going to bed for 30 days and see the difference.

Celeste Berner
Celeste Berner 5pts

no information that you couldn't get from a disgustingly overpriced "herbal" pill

Greg Davis
Greg Davis 5pts

My son is haveing liver problems and iam so worried about him.

Tanner Herzman
Tanner Herzman 5pts

in most cases you dont have symptoms until most of the liver is messed up btw

Janet Parrish
Janet Parrish 5pts

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Jo Cordock
Jo Cordock 5pts

Those symptoms are so general that you couldnt possibly know you had liver problems until it was probably too late :(

Amanda Gamblin
Amanda Gamblin 5pts

Make sure you have regular health check ups with your GP and nurse.