Apprehend These General Symptoms of liver problems by Dr. Mukul Rastogi

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Looking at the data from World life expectancy, India accounts for  259,749 or 2.95% of deaths due to liver diseases. While rank #63 rd position worldwide in the same context. Herein, we will be discussing the signs and symptoms of liver problems.

 

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Several studies had been published among which one claims “There are cells called hepatocytes that the liver needs to heal its damaged tissues. Where the Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Edinburgh has discovered how to enhance the production of these key cells.”

 

Familiarization with symptoms of liver problems will begin soon, let’s first understand the liver diseases and problems.

What are liver problems?

 

Apart from being the 2nd largest organ, the liver performs more than 500 tasks in the body. In return, we do not take care of our liver. Liver problems can be inherited or can be caused by viruses and alcohol use. Obesity can also be a factor resulting in the symptoms of liver problems.

 

Any damage to the liver causes scarring (cirrhosis) that gradually results in liver failure or life-threatening conditions.

 

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Symptoms of liver problems:

 

Here comes the end of the back and forth. Seek immediate medical attention from a liver specialist nearby if you have any of the following persistent signs or symptoms.

 

The symptoms of the condition may differ depending on the underlying cause. Nevertheless, some common symptoms that may indicate liver disease are mention below.

 

According to the mayo clinic, general symptom of liver problems include:

 

1. Jaundice-like symptoms, as in yellow eyes and skin.

2. Abdominal pain and swelling; Abdominal is part of the body containing structures between the chest and the pelvis.

3. Swelled legs and ankles can be counted in the list- symptoms of liver problems.

4. Irritating and itching skin.

5. Dark color urine.

6. Black or tarry stools, Pale stool or bloody stool are the warning signs.

7. Chronic fatigue, characterized as extreme tiredness which doesn’t go away even after resting.

8. Appetite loss, when you don’t have the same desire to eat as you use to have.

9. Easy bruising. The tendency to bruise easily can be counted as one of the symptoms of liver problems.

 

Symptoms listed above are only the general symptoms. You can count them in as the symptoms of the condition. This entire listing of symptoms is for your awareness, as to avoid any complication and to seek immediate medical help. The complications of the liver problems vary from one disease to another. Long term, no treatment can lead to liver failure or life-threatening conditions.

Conclusion

 

Undoubtedly, prevention can make the world go round. Preventing the symptoms of liver problems can be the first thing to consider. Keep in mind basic things like avoiding excessive alcohol consumption, medications to be used according to doctor’s advice, maintain a healthy weight, and at last, get vaccinated if you are prone to hepatitis.

 

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